It's been a fairly big week for news regarding Marvel Television's "Jessica Jones," the second Marvel-based series set to debut on Netflix. Here comes the latest: A clear look at the show's new logo, officially released by Marvel on Twitter, and previously glimpsed in a TV interview with showrunner Melissa Rosenberg.
"It goes all the way dark," Rosenberg told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. "The tone that Brian Michael Bendis set is what attracted me to the project in the first place. It was very gritty and real and we just keep going with that."
Based on the "Alias" comic book series by Bendis and Michael Gaydos and starring Krysten Ritter in the title role, "Marvel's Jessica Jones" doesn't yet have a specific release date, but is expected to debut in late 2015.