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Jessica Jones Trailer And Release Date: New Series Shows Crime Drama Vibe? Series Plot Revealed

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NEW YORK, NY – MARCH 10: Krysten Ritter filming “Jessica Jones” on March 10, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Steve Sands/GC Images)

If you are excited for the upcoming Netflix series, then you better watch this full trailer.

Here is the in-depth look at the upcoming Marvel Comics web-series featuring Jessica Jones as the titular character from Netflix. And instead of an action packed series, it has a vibe of a crime drama.

The two-minute trailer shows Jessica Jones having a conversation with Luke Cage, then in some scenes you can hear Jessica doing the narration explaining about her struggled life, the scar that she is bringing this whole time after a certain incident that changed her. The trailer has that classic noir detective feel in to it, making it more interesting to watch even if you are not familiar with Jessica Jones.

Io9 managed to watch the exclusive screening of the first episode of Jessica Jones at a special New York Comic Con screening, you can read their first episode review without any spoilers by heading to their website, and we posted a snippet of their review to give you some ideas about the upcoming web series.

Jessica kicks ass, makes jokes, and is very damaged. Ritter plays her with an underlying brittleness that underscores that, as capable as she is, she is damaged.

With all the other characters, we get just glimpses of their lives. We see Trish Walker, the best friend, for only a few minutes. But there is a real friendship established that makes you want to see more. Jessica?s weird neighbor Malcolm shows up mostly as comic relief, but he too has a relationship with Jessica that hints at an interesting background. And the client in the first episode is Hope, who has a lot to overcome.

Just one episode of Jessica Jones was not enough. It is going grab hours from your life and not let go.

Jessica Jones will premiere on November 20 on Netflix.

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