JESSICA JONES Has Been Given A New Title On Disney+ As Speculation Mounts About Possible Revival
There have been rumblings of a Jessica Jones revival set in the MCU for a while now, and a change made to the show's title on Disney+ has only further fueled speculation about the heroic P.I.'s future...
The first season of Jessica Jones was excellent, and while the series lost its way courtesy of some baffling creative decisions in its second and third seasons, fans remain keen to see more of Krysten Ritter's tough-as-nails P.I.
There have been rumours about the actor reprising the role in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, and while the character would probably have to be toned down a little for the MCU, there's a lot she could bring to the table. Plus, if Marvel Studios embraces the comic books, Jessica could open the door to exploring a whole new side of this shared world.
Speculation is running rampant that something is planned on this Fourth of July because of a significant change made to Jessica Jones on Disney+.
That streaming service is the show's new home following its departure from Netflix, and Marvel Studios has switched out its title card to read A.K.A. Jessica Jones instead of, simply, Jessica Jones. There has to be a reason for this, and it's noteworthy that this was the original name of the series before it shifted from ABC to being one of the four Marvel shows developed for Netflix.
It's already been revealed that a Daredevil revival is coming to Disney+, so there's no reason to suspect A.K.A Jessica Jones couldn't be next. An appearance in She-Hulk makes perfect sense to kick things off, and if the Man Without Fear also shows up in that series next month, perhaps the two Defenders will share the screen once again?
What do you think the future holds in store for Jessica Jones in the MCU?
Disney+ has updated the title card for JESSICA JONES to the title that was originally used for the series when it was being developed at Netflix after ABC passed on it. I don't know what any of that means for the future of the show, but there you go. pic.twitter.com/AO4H7KyzAK— Alex Zalben (@azalben) July 4, 2022