Much has been made across the internet about the future of Marvel & Netflix’s superhero collaboration shows since it was announced that Marvel parent company Disney is building their own streaming platform to launch in 2019. Disney has already pulled their upcoming Marvel films from the streaming platform, with other content likely to follow.
At least for now, it seems that the shows created by the two company are not stopping.
Netflix officially announced, a month after the second season debuted, that Marvel’s Jessica Jones is set to return for a third season at some point in the future. This, of course, doesn’t guarantee that the shows will continue for good but it’s a good sign that they will continue for the time being.
In June Marvel’s Luke Cage is set to debut a second season with the third season of Marvel’s Daredevil likely arriving in the fall and a second season of Marvel’s Iron Fist and Marvel’s The Punisher both also in production for likely 2019 debuts.
This means that Jessica Jones likely won’t return for her new season till late 2019 or even early 2020, well beyond the likely launching of Disney’s platform. Since Netflix co-owns the shows Marvel/Disney can’t move them to their own platform, but production could cease if Marvel/Disney decide to pursue their own fully created alone shows for the new platform.
Seasons one and two of Marvel’s Jessica Jones are currently streaming on Netflix and stars Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, Rachael Taylor as Patricia “Trish” Walker, Eka Darville as Malcolm, Carrie-Anne Moss as Jeri Hogarth, and more.