Marvel's Jessica Jones

2015 • Netflix
29 reviews
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Season 1 episodes (13)

1 A.K.A. Ladies Night
Two out-of-towners enlist PI Jessica Jones to track down their missing daughter, in a case that hits close to home for Jessica.
2 A.K.A. Crush Syndrome
Jessica digs deeper into Hope’s case, and uncovers a key part of Kilgrave’s past.
3 A.K.A. It's Called Whiskey
Jessica and Luke Cage’s relationship gets more complicated, while Jessica enlists Trish to help clear Hope’s name.
4 A.K.A. 99 Friends
Jessica takes a socialite’s case, but tracking her stalker and investigating her client takes a toll on Jessica’s psyche.
5 A.K.A. The Sandwich Saved Me
Jessica copes with the betrayal of someone close to her, and confronts Kilgrave face-to-face for the first time.
6 A.K.A. You're a Winner!
Luke Cage hires Jessica for a case, forcing her to face the real reason she ended their relationship.
7 A.K.A. Top Shelf Perverts
Jessica wrestles with self-loathing, and hatches a plan to trap Kilgrave by taking herself out of the equation.
8 A.K.A. WWJD?
Jessica becomes Kilgrave’s willing prisoner, and tries using his abilities to help others.
9 A.K.A. Sin Bin
Jessica captures and tortures Kilgrave, in a desperate attempt to prove Hope’s innocence.
10 A.K.A. 1,000 Cuts
Jessica attempts to mitigate the damage from the CDC as Kilgrave arranges to free Hope – for a price.
11 A.K.A. I've Got the Blues
Trish tries to help an increasingly driven and erratic Jessica track down Kilgrave as Simpson’s behavior complicates things.
12 A.K.A. Take a Bloody Number
Jessica and returned Luke follow a trail to Kilgrave, as a recovering Trish comes face-to-face with her mother.
13 A.K.A. Smile
With Luke in limbo, Jessica and Kilgrave battle back-and-forth on their way to a final showdown.

About this show

When a tragedy puts an the end to her short-lived career as a superhero, Jessica settles in NYC and opens her own detective agency, called Alias Investigations, which seems to be called into cases involving people who have special abilities. Suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome, Jessica wants to do good, but her primary interest isn't in saving the world, it's saving her apartment and getting through each day. Based on a graphic novel intended for adults, this is not a superhero story for the kids.
29 reviews
Nicholas Bougourd
July 15, 2017
After a few episodes I knew this was going to be one of my favorite superhero shows. Unlike the majority of the most recent batch of superhero shows it actually has believable characters that are almost all flawed in some way. The acting and script are both good, and I like the fact that there is an ongoing story arc with only one supervillain rather than the episodic pop-up villains that most shows in the genre go for. The villain's power is truly terrifying for once, and the writers aren't lacking in imagination as to what diabolical shenanigans someone with that power might indulge in, or how hard he would be to defeat. JJ is obviously a touch more adult than Arrow or The Flash, so if you like your superheros/heroines PG-13 then you'd best stick to the latter.
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Aaron W
February 16, 2021
A well done show, and one that deserves 5 stars, but at this current time I've only given it 4 because season 2 & 3 are missing.
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Charlie Charles
December 23, 2020
Best show ever. Honestly my favorite marvel show/movie. Highly recommended. Not for kids, lots of sexaul references
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