"Jessica Jones" is a month away from premiering on Netflix and fans are anxiously waiting to watch another Marvel hero in action. A few teaser trailers have shown glimpses of what's to come on the show, but Friday fans will get their biggest sneak peek yet when the full length trailer is released.
"Jessica Jones" star Krysten Ritter announced the news on Twitter, where she shared the official poster art of the show. The official Twitter account of "Jessica Jones" also posted a tweet with a 16-second video showing the art in motion.
Official art for Jessica Jones! And the full length trailer is coming out on Friday!!!! Can't wait… https://t.co/0XRP2du983
— krysten ritter (@Krystenritter) October 21, 2015
The show will follow Jessica Jones who has chosen to give up her life as a superhero to go into business as a private investigator. She battles a post-traumatic stress disorder, but with her abilities to fly and super strength, she may still find herself a hero even as a P.I.
Previous teaser trailers have shown who the main villain will be on the show after his face was revealed in a collage of photos. In the comics, Jessica Jones' nemesis was Zebediah Killgrave, also known as the Purple man. Killgrave will be played by “Doctor Who” star David Tennant.
On Saturday Oct. 11, the pilot episode was shown at New York Comic-Con, and Carrie-Ann Moss' character shocked fans in attendance. Moss portrays attorney Jeryn Hogarth, who was a man in the comics. Jeryn hires Jones in the first episode and Moss told Entertainment Weekly the while the two aren't friends, their relationship is "interesting."
“They come to each other in these scenes, and there’s a lot of back and forth and bad flirtation at times in life. They’re funny together and can’t stand each other. It’s interesting," she dished.
In addition to "Jessica Jones," there will also be two more new Marvel shows coming to Netflix. “Luke Cage” and “Iron Fist” will hit the streaming service in the future, while "Daredevil" will return for a second season in 2016.
All 13 episodes of “Jessica Jones” will be available for streaming on Netflix on Nov. 20.