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Jessica Jones Stars and Showrunner Respond to Show's Cancellation

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Alongside The Punisher, Marvel's Jessica Jones has officially been canceled ahead of its upcoming third season, marking the end of Netflix's involvement with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Previously, series lead Krysten Ritter released a heartfelt statement regarding this news.

Now, several of Ritter's co-stars, as well as series showrunner Melissa Rosenberg, have followed suit.

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"To all JJ's fans and followers, thanks for your support!" Rosenberg tweeted. "What an extraordinary ride it's been! So much gratitude to [Krysten Ritter] et al. We'll be going out with a bang for our last 13 eps when they air. Can't wait for you to see them!"

Additionally, Eka Darville, Rachael Taylor and Carrie-Anne Moss, who play Malcolm Ducasse, Trish Walker and Jeri Hogarth, respectively, have all taken to social media to say their piece as this chapter of Marvel television comes to a close.

"The last five years of my life have been lived through a purple lens," Darville said on Instagram. "I'm so grateful to all the amazing and wildly talented cast and crew that helped create such a rich and amazing story... Don't sleep on this final season people. As always, JJ is the last (wo)man standing."

"Love this lady [Krysten Ritter] and our whole Jessica Jones family, including all of you guys who have watched the show and loved it as much as we do, it means the world to us," Taylor added in an Instagram post of her own. "I am so proud to have been part of it. And so looking forward to sharing Season 3 with you!"

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"Grateful for the years I spent on the set of Jessica Jones," Moss chimed in in another Instagram post. "A show become like a family and with all the love in my heart I wish all the cast and crew so much success and joy. What a great experience it was and at the top of it - the relationships I made with [Krysten Ritter], [Rachael Taylor], [Eka Darville] and so many more. The crew was top-notch and to my Jessica Jones family I will miss you and I thank you for your love. Thanks to all of you who watched the show."

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Jessica Jones was Netflix's second MCU TV series, having launched in November 2015 following the debut of Daredevil earlier that year. Those two shows were the only among the Netflix Marvel lineup to make it to three seasons, with the third and final season of Jessica Jones still slated to be released later this year.

Streaming now on Netflix, Jessica Jones Season 2 is executive produced by Melissa Rosenberg, Jeph Loeb and Jim Chory. The series stars Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, Rachael Taylor as Patricia “Trish” Walker, Eka Darville as Malcolm Ducasse, J. R. Ramirez as Oscar Arocho, Terry Chen as Pryce Cheng, Leah Gibson as Inez Green, Carrie-Anne Moss as Jeri Hogarth and Janet McTeer.

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