There was an idea. Expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a series of comic book shows about heroes whose lives were more grounded than those of the high-flying Avengers, and whose stories would be told in a prestige-ish TV format on Netflix. Since the release of Daredevil Season 1 in 2015, there have been thirteen total seasons of Netflix’s Marvel shows, but with the release of Jessica Jones Season 3 their time on the streaming platform has come to an end. Disney came to collect on its intellectual property and the Defenders are officially disbanded.
It’s pure coincidence that Jessica Jones would be the show to close out Marvel’s brief and inconsistent Netflix experiment; the cancelation notices for Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Punisher rolled in while Season 3 was already in production. Suddenly, the third season of one of the better streaming Marvel shows had to function as a double finale, for both Jessica Jones the series and as the final chapter in the sometimes intersecting stories of the Netflix heroes. Read more...More about Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Marvel Netflix, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows