Everyone’s favorite drunken P.I. is coming back! Netflix announced that “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” Season 2 is returning in 2018. Luckily, we already know a bit about what to expect.

Release Date: “Jessica Jones” Season 2 premieres on March 8. That’s exactly one year before “Captain Marvel,” the first female fronted Marvel movie, hits theaters.

Kilgrave: Jessica (Krysten Ritter) killed Kilgrave (David Tennant), but he’ll still be around. David Tennant is confirmed to be in Season 2, but it’s unclear why. Is he the villain again? Is it just flashbacks? A hallucination? Fans will have to wait and see.

Returning Characters: Executive producer Melissa Rosenberg previously told International Business Times that Eka Darville’s Malcolm would get more screen time, and he’s not the only one. Trish Walker (Rachel Taylor) and Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Ann Moss) will also be developed more in Season 2.

Hellcat: It seems like Trish’s storyline might focus on her becoming Hellcat. She is clearly keeping up with her fight training. In set photos, Trish is seen defending Malcolm from a mugger. She wears blue and yellow, Hellcat’s iconic costume colors. “Jessica Jones” doesn’t really put heroes in spandex, so don’t expect the full suit to appear.

New Characters: Oscar nominee Janet McTeer is joining the cast in a mystery role. Her character details are top secret, but she will have a big impact on Jessica. 

Leah Gibson will play Ingrid, a street smart nurse. There is speculation that she might be Typhoid Mary, a classic “Daredevil” villain.

Also joining the cast is J.R. Ramirez as Jessica’s new neighbor and superintendent, Oscar. His son takes a liking to Jessica, but Oscar knows she is trouble.

Emotions Run High: Season 2 of the Netflix drama will be even more emotional, according to Ritter. “I think what we can say is that what we’ve done again is kept the story very personal,” she told Entertainment Weekly. “If Season 1 was in her head and in her mind, then Season 2 will be more in her heart. This season is more emotional. It’s still a psychological thriller, but it’s more of an emotional thriller this time.”

No Defenders Aftermath: It sounds like viewers will be fine if they skipped the big team up miniseries, which was released on Netflix in August. “The Defenders” took place over one week, and it won’t have a huge effect on Jessica’s life. “We didn’t focus too much on it,” Ritter told EW.

“Jessica Jones” Season 2 spoilers Trish (Rachael Taylor) will try to help Jessica (Krysten Ritter) face her inner demons in “Jessica Jones” Season 2. Photo: Netflix