It’s been almost three years since Jessica Jones ended its three-season run on Netflix, but the Krysten Ritter-led series started to trend on Twitter a few hours before the streamer officially removed the show from its library earlier today.
Based on several tweets, it seems that Jessica Jones became one of Twitter’s trending topics, as several people were trying to finish the series before it disappeared on Netflix.
In 20 minutes the Marvel Netflix shows leave Netflix. Good thing I’m finishing Jessica Jones in 14 minutes
— Gabbie (@gabbie_4223) March 1, 2022
Just finished Jessica Jones: Season 1! (Just in time!) What an AMAZING show. Even better than the first season of Daredevil. 👏 (And David Tennant was terrifying! 😬)
Now the wait for Disney to announce the shows’ new streaming home. Hope I won’t be waiting too long. 🤞 pic.twitter.com/t29DsWZ8lV
— John Webster (@JohnWebsterFilm) March 1, 2022
jessica jones mot being on netflix after today what’s the point of netflix now
— bargain batman (@maybevaleria) March 1, 2022
When the clock strikes 12 I will be left on a Jessica jones cliffhanger pic.twitter.com/aFssGSA3ON
— Kay (@Illustraxkay) March 1, 2022
Where to stream Jessica Jones
A week before Jessica Jones left Netflix, Disney announced that the series will be available to stream on Disney+ in international markets by the end of the year. At that time, Disney had not revealed yet whether it would also be heading to Disney+ in the U.S., so a lot of American fans tried to watch as many episodes of the series before Netflix ultimately let it go.
But just hours after Jessica Jones was removed from Netflix’s library earlier today, Disney officially announced that it will be available to stream on Disney+ in the U.S. starting March 16th. Aside from Jessica Jones, all other Marvel Defenders shows that originally streamed on Netflix will also arrive on Disney+ in the U.S. on the same date. These shows are Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher, and The Defenders.
Has Disney+ renewed Jessica Jones for season 4?
The relocation of Jessica Jones to Disney+ doesn’t necessarily mean that the streamer will renew it for a brand-new season. But since characters from the Marvel Defenders shows have appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe lately, it won’t be surprising if Disney+ decides to revive Jessica Jones and other Marvel Defenders shows in the future.
After all, Ritter has been very vocal about her desire to play Jessica Jones again. “I absolutely love Jessica more than anything. And I loved those years playing her,” Ritter told ComicBook.com in September 2021. “If there was ever an opportunity for her to pop up anywhere, I would be the first [to say yes]. I may or may not have the jacket ready to go in my closet. So, you never know, but if I ever had the opportunity to play her again, I would be so thrilled.”
“I’m always down to do it again,” she continued. “It was an absolute dream. And I love her. I love that character. I love the way that she connected with so many people in a deep way and resonated with women and girls in an exciting way. I am just so proud that I got to play such an iconic character.”
What is Jessica Jones about?
Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, Jessica Jones (Ritter) centers on the titular former superhero who opens her own detective agency. In season 1, Jessica must stop Kilgrave (David Tennant), a man from her past who can control minds. In season 2, Jessica discovers that her mother is still alive due to the experiments done by Karl Malus (Callum Keith Rennie). Lastly, in season 3, Jessica faces off against her adoptive-sister-turned-murderous-vigilante Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) and Gregory Sallinger (Jeremy Bobb), an enemy who is determined to prove that Jessica is a fraud.