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Krysten Ritter, Melissa Rosenberg tease 'Jessica Jones' season 2

Season 1 of Netflixs Jessica Jones fearlessly and thoroughly tackled rape and PTSD under the guise of a superhero TV series, thanksto the script and David Tennants performance as Kilgrave.Now that the show is coming back for season 2, showrunner Melissa Rosenberg and star Krysten...   Read More... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/OmHpqFBDoU4/jessica-jones-krysten-ritter-melissa-rosenberg-tease-season-2

Jessica Jones Showrunner Reveals Season 2 Details

(Spoiler alert: Do not keep reading if you have not seen Season 1 of Jessica Jones) Jessica Jones Season 2 will see NetflixsMarvel heroine dealing with the fallout from her encounter with Kilgrave in Season 1, according to showrunner Melissa Rosenberg . She is a victim of rape, assault. But the thing that was the ultimate rape of her was to turn her into a murderer, Rosenberg told Nerdist. So at the end she has to do it again and this time its her choice Taking a life, for Jessica Jones, is a life-changing experience.  Read More... //www.thewrap.com/jessica-jones-showrunner-reveals-season-2-details/

Weekend Binge Guide: May 2016

Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-­watch one of these shows instead:   If you want to laugh:     Grace and Frankie See all reviews for Grace and Frankie It's no surprise that Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin have incredible chemistry in their long-awaited on-screen reunion. Or that the slightly rigid archetypes they play soften dramatically throughout the 13-episode first season. Or that the show tackles important issues like aging, sexuality, and infidelity with intelligence and humor. What did surprise me a bit was the strength of the supporting cast. There is no weak link. Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen are utterly charming, Ethan Embry and Baron Vaughn are a delight, Brooklyn Decker is the real deal, and June Diane Raphael has finally found a part that matches her talent (check out the fifth episode to see her really shine).     If you want to cry:     My Mad Fat Diary See all reviews for My Mad Fat Diary Warm, wry, nostalgic, and funny, this six-part coming-of-age drama is based on English writer and broadcaster Rae Earl's real diaries. In many ways a typical 16-year-old, Rae obsesses about boys, fights with her mom, and worries about fitting in. But she also struggles with serious body image and mental health issues. As a viewer, you're on Rae's side from the start. Her wins make you smile and cheer. But her losses may make you shed a tear. That's down to realistic writing, a clever stylistic framework, and most importantly, a remarkable performance from Sharon Rooney. The six-episode first season (of three) is an emotional — and entertaining — journey.     If you want to scream:     London Spy See all reviews for  London Spy As grim and gloomy as a wintry London day, this show is a bummer. But it's also good. Really good. Led by the bewitching Ben Whishaw, London Spy is part muted romance and part psychological thriller. The five episodes don't move terribly quickly, but the twists come with incredible regularity. And some of them will make you want to scream. There's one deeply chilling plot point that is shocking in its brutality but somehow believable within the terrifying world the show creates. This beautifully shot miniseries is one you may want to watch with a partner — so you can confirm that what you think just happened actually did, and assure each other that the real world isn't a totally terrible place.     If you want to think:     Marvel's Jessica Jones See all reviews for  Marvel's Jessica Jones I'm not really a superhero guy. But Jessica Jones is not your typical superhero show. Sort of like the darker offspring of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Veronica Mars , this is the series I've suggested to other people most often this year. Almost everything about it is pitch perfect, from the delicate tonal balance (both laugh-out-loud and truly evil moments) to the casting (Krysten Ritter and David Tennant are absolutely perfect). There's a lot to think about here: what people do for love, morality, gender dynamics, and of course, control. Mind control is arguably the most terrifying weapon a villain could wield. As you watch Kilgrave in action, consider: could you handle that responsibility without becoming a monster?       div.post p { text­align: justify; }

Marvel's The Defenders Pits Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist Versus 'Their Biggest Threat Yet'

The Defenders team is taking shape. Marco Ramirez and Douglas Petrie, the showrunners for Season 2 of Marvels Daredevil, have been tapped to serve as showrunners for Marvels The Defenders, the Netflix mini-series event that will bring together Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist to face their biggest threat yet, Marvel.com reports. Drew [] //tvline.com/2016/04/15/marvels-the-defenders-miniseries-casting-showrunners/

Rosario Dawson Reportedly Arrested at D.C. Democracy Spring Protest

She was among nearly 100 arrested on Friday.    Read More... //www.vulture.com/2016/04/rosario-dawson-arrested-at-dc-protest.html?mid=full-rss-vulture

How the Dark Aesthetic of Jessica Jones Was Created in NYC

The second episode of Vulture's The City of Scenes podcast.   Read More.... //www.vulture.com/2016/04/how-jessica-jones-was-shot-at-night-in-nyc.html?mid=full-rss-vulture

Marvels Defenders to Start Shooting This Year, Daredevil Star Charlie Cox Says

While there is no official confirmation of a third season of Daredevil yet, titular star Charlie Cox did reveal that there will be more of Matt Murdock coming soon. What we do know is, at the end of this year, were going to be making The Defenders, and, of course, Daredevil is very much a part of that foursome, the actor said during a press event for Netflix in Paris on Monday. Marvel and Netflix had no comment.  Read More... //www.thewrap.com/marvels-defenders-to-start-shooting-this-year-daredevil-star-charlie-cox-says/

Krysten Ritter On Not Playing Jessica Jones Like A Superhero Contenders Emmys

"I never played herlike a superhero, said Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter about the troubled, complexSuper Hero during the shows panel at Deadline's Contenders Emmys event this morning. When I was building the character, Ifelt like if I threw a punch and somebody is going through a wall because of it that was because she was so strong inside. [Her powers]was just an extension of what she really is." She and series creator Melissa Rosenberg were on hand to ...  Read More... //deadline.com/2016/04/jessica-jones-krysten-ritter-netflix-deadline-contenders-emmys-1201734838/

New Jessica Jones Comic Coming This Year

From her original creative team!  Read More... //www.vulture.com/2016/04/new-jessica-jones-comic-coming-this-year.html?mid=full-rss-vulture

Jessica Jones: Raelle Tucker Joins Netflix Series As Executive Producer

Raelle Tucker , who most recently served as executive producer/showrunner on the A&E drama The Returned, has been tapped as an executive producer on the upcoming second season of Netflix s Marvel drama series Jessica Jones , which is coming off a well-received freshman run. She will work alongside creator/executive producer/showrunner Melissa Rosenberg. Tucker is filling a top-level writer void left by the departure of executive producer Liz Friedman who segued to her ABC...   Read More... //deadline.com/2016/03/jessica-jones-raelle-tucker-executive-producer-season-2-netflix-1201729664/