Final Season To Premiere Next Month

In 2015, Netflix and Marvel joined forces to bring a series of superhero shows to the streaming service, integrating a handful of smaller players into MCU without the need for big budget, tentpole movies.

Initially, the first seasons of Daredevil and Luke Cage were both decent, and while Iron Fist fell a bit too flat, it was a nice touch seeing everyone team up during The Defenders.

Over the past few months, Netflix has cancelled every single one of the shows I’ve mentioned, and while there are the rumours that some of these guys will return on other streaming platforms, nobody is exactly holding their breath.

Marvel’s Jessica Jones

In a tweet flaunting Netflix’s June programming, through its genre-oriented NX account. It promotes Chris Nolan’s Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, along with Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse all with premiere dates.

Then right at the very end, Jessica Jones’ third season is mentioned, without a premiere date of its own.

Take a look at the Netflix teaser, the Jessica Jones info begins at the 3:36 mark:

June is a mere eight days away, which leaves next to no time for Netflix to promote the new season. It totally appears Netflix isn’t that interested in pushing Jessica Jones.

So far, there have been no trailers, no footage, nor even a new picture from the show.

Compare that to the massive promotions that other Netflix originals receive and the writing is on the wall. Jessica Jones is simply not a priority for Netflix.

Jessica Jones’ third and final season drops on Netflix in June 2019.