Jessica Jones season 4
TV channel: Netflix
Original release: November 20, 2015 – June 14, 2019
About TV show Jessica Jones season 4
Jessica Jones is a character of the comic publisher Marvel Comics, which debuted in 2001 in the Marvel Comic Alias by comic author Brian Michael Bendis. She is the protagonist of Marvel's Jessica Jones (since 2015), in which she was portrayed by actress Krysten Ritter.
After the tragic end of her superhero career, Jessica Jones tries to be a private investigator in New York, where she repeatedly comes into contact with people with extraordinary abilities.
Jessica Jones had her first appearance in comic book Alias # 1 (2001) by Brian Michael Bendis. Alias ran for 28 copies under the newly created Marvel MAX imprint, in which Marvel Comics led age-restricted titles with "adult content" (eg, the homosexual character Rawhide Kid). This contributed to the fact that Jessica regularly uses the curse word "fuck" and is often seen smoking. Both are banned in non-age-constrained Marvel comics, but in return, no established Marvel characters such as Marvel were allowed. As the Avengers occur.
Bendis designed Jessica Jones as an early-orphaned, chain-smoking and alcoholic private investigator led by a run-down detective named Alias in New York City, traumatized by a failed career as a superheroine. For her livelihood she solves dubious assignments, regularly cursing, beating herself and sleeping with strange men. Her few comrades are her best friend Carol Danvers and the two men Scott Lang and Luke Cage, but she regularly offended by her brusque behavior.