As exciting as it is to know Tennant's creepy villain is back for more this time round - and it makes sense, given the huge, frightful role Kilgrave played in her life, that Jessica doesn't just immediately think she's done internally dealing with Kilgrave after snapping his neck - hopefully it's a return that facilitates more introspection and dives into Jessica's character.
Creator Melissa Rosenberg spoke to Entertainment Weekly, which shared an exclusive first look at Kilgrave and Jessica, about Kilgrave's menacing return, saying, "He's such a part of her construction and her dilemma".
In Season 2 of Marvel's Jessica Jones, the New York City private eye is beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave (played by David Tennant). Jessica killed Kilgrave and she's in the public eye, something she abhors, but she has to get used to it because people are going to rely on her for help, something she doesn't hate all that much. There's not many clues in this first trailer as to the drive of the new season, except some murky hints that she might be investigating her origin and perhaps discovering how she gained her powers in the first place.
Ritter also told EW: "This season is more emotional. I think we'll find something". It was TV's answer to The Avengers, and it had the legendary, iconic, Academy Award-nominated Sigourney Weaver as the main antagonist, so if you've not seen it, you need to check it out. "This season is more emotional".
Jessica Jones is absolutely the crown jewel in Netflix's stable of Marvel shows. Marvel and Netflix partnered up a few years back to bring the heroes of Hell's Kitchen to the small screen.
Marvel's Jessica Jones will return to Netflix for a second season on March 8, 2018.