And it looks like it's back to business for the pseudo heroine as she looks to continue with her private eye work while figuring out why she has superhuman strength, likely encountering other NY characters from the Marvel universe, as seen in the Marvel's Defenders series also on Netflix.
Marvel and Netflix made a calculated prediction that a relatively minor character in the Marvel Universe would pay off with Marvel's Jessica Jones previous year. It gives us a glimpse at what to expect from the superpowered alcoholic private investigator - played by Kristen Ritter - in her new standalone chapter, over two years after we first met her.
But thankfully, Netflix has come around to delve back into Jessica Jones' story line.
In the middle of the trailer, Jessica was seen in a conversation with Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) where the latter told the leading character: "Knowing what was done to you might help you". Watch a teaser, below.
The arse-kicking detective Jessica Jones will return
While Kilgrave (David Tennant) was not shown in the trailer, his return in season 2 has already been confirmed numerous times. A spinoff, "The Punisher", also recently debuted on Netflix. "I think just having him come back and be that mirror again is really important".
"In Season 1, we focused on Jessica's trauma, on Jessica facing her abuser, but in Season 2, we wanted to go even deeper than that".
Netflix released a teaser trailer for Jessica Jones season 2 over the weekend, along with a release date: March 8, 2018.