As expected, Ritter is quite the badass as the former superhero turned detective who is trying to rebuild both her personal life and career. Of course, it's not easy, especially when the villainous Kilgrave (Doctor Who and Broadchurch's David Tennant) shows up and begins forcing people to do very bad things. With that said, it doesn't look like she gives up easy and isn't afraid to embrace her darker side.
The series also features Mike Colter (The Good Wife), Rachael Taylor (Crisis), Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix), Wil Traval (Once Upon a Time), Eka Darville (Empire, The Originals) and Erin Moriarty (True Detective).
Are you ready? Here's the trailer in its entirety.
Now, let's talk Ritter's badassness.
I think it's pretty clear: you don't want to be on her bad side.
How amazing is it that both Supergirl and Jessica Jones are coming out around the same time? Watch out, Superman.
Yeah, I can do that too...
If that doesn't say badass, what does?
She's definitely a fighter. Don't mess with her.
Now that's a true hero.
Being vulnerable isn't always a weakness. I have a feeling her vulnerabilities will push her to become stronger than she already is.
She's right: "Booze costs money — usually," which is why most of us work.
All 13 episodes of Jessica Jones debut Nov. 20 on Netflix.
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