Krysten Ritter and Simone Missick have been spotted working together on the set of Marvel/Netflix's team-up series.
Melissa Rosenberg hinted at the possibility of more than one villain squaring off against the superpowered P.I. in Season 2.
The star of the acclaimed Netflix may not have received an Emmy nomination, but we can point to 10 scenes that show she should have.
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Star Krysten Ritter discusses the Marvel-Netflix shooting schedule and the potential for cameos in Season 2.
The second series from Marvel TV and Netflix's landmark deal is also the second to get a season two pickup.
Netflix viewing statistics are hard to come by, but according to an NBC executive, "Jessica Jones" averaged 4.8 million viewers on the service.
"Matrix" vet Carrie-Ann Moss reveals her journey through the acclaimed Marvel series and her hopes for Jeri Hogarth's involvement in other shows.
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Ritter, who played the eponymous Jessica Jones, is in the running for Best Actress in a Drama Series in the 2016 Critics' Choice Television Awards.
New video shows the process behind the visual effects that brought "Jessica Jones" to life.
Marvel/DC rivalries be damned! "Jessica Jones'" Krysten Ritter and "Supergirl's" Melissa Benoist lauded each other's performances via social media.
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"Jessica Jones" may be Marvel's darkest live-action adaptation yet, but Jeph Loeb tells CBR that at its core, it's a classic Marvel story.
Following the show's Netflix debut, Marvel has released four new official clips that provide a glimpse at Luke Cage and more.
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Despite never imagining herself as a superhero, Ritter tells CBR she's found the role of a lifetime in Marvel's complicated hero.