Marvel has no shortage of TV shows, and they’re already working on more. ABC is reportedly planning their fourth Marvel series, and it’ll take inspiration from Netflix’s “Jessica Jones.”

Karim Zreik, Marvel Television’s senior vice president of original programming, teased that ABC and Marvel are developing a new female-focused series. “It’s ‘Jessica Jones’-esque,” Zreik said at Edinburgh TV Festival (via the Hollywood Reporter).

So who might be worthy of their own TV show? Well, there seems to be plenty of female characters who could be in a “Jessica Jones”-like show, but of course, Marvel isn’t letting any details out yet. However, we have a few guesses about who could star in the drama.

Jessica Drew — With a 40-year history in the comics, it’s surprising that Jessica Drew hasn’t been introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe yet (which yes, all the TV shows still claim to be part of despite the movies never acknowledging the small screen). Brian Michael Bendis, who created Jessica Jones, has written many comics for the hero and even wrote an adventure with both her and Jessica Jones in the “Alias” comics.

As Spider-Woman, Jessica has superhuman speed, strength and endurance. She has venom blasts that can stun people and pheromones that attract males. She uses her powers to help fight crime, but every hero needs a day job. She spent a long period of time as a private investigator in San Francisco.

Could this new series actually be about Jessica Drew? Well, this is tricky because no one is entirely clear on which characters Marvel actually has the rights to. Sony owns the rights to Spider-Man, but it isn’t really clear if the same goes for his female counterpart.

Kate Bishop — The female Hawkeye is an archer who could definitely be an option to lead a new series. The archer has described herself as  “half superhero, half private eye” in the comics, so she definitely matches Jessica Jones’ career choices. Unfortunately, like Jessica, she also has dealt with being sexually assaulted.

However, Kate is different from Jessica in a lot of ways. She doesn’t have any superpowers. She’s athletic and knows some martial arts. She is also a skilled archer and knows how to swordfight.

Kate grew up rich and privileged, and her father was actually evil. After discovering her dad’s deceptive ways, she started looking at Hawkeye as a role model. Eventually, she became a young Avenger and a private investigator. 

Bobbi Morse — Admittedly, this might just be wishful thinking. First introduced on “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” Mockingbird (Adrianne Palicki) and Hunter (Nick Blood) were written out with the hope that they’d get their own spinoff. However, their pilot never got picked up. Could ABC be giving the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents another shot?

Bobbi isn’t quite as messed up as Jessica, but she’s still a tough woman. Being separated from the S.H.I.E.L.D. team likely wouldn’t keep her away from fighting the good fight either.

Agents of SHIELD Mockingbird Could the new “Jessica Jones”-inspired TV show bring Mockingbird (Adrianne Palicki) back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Photo: ABC

Mockingbird also isn’t a superhuman. She is, however, a highly trained secret agent. She’s a great martial artist and spy, and she has a doctorate in biology as well.

Like Jessica, Bobbi has tried to be a hero and helping others kind of destroyed her personal life. She can’t see her friends and teammates anymore. However, figuring out how to help others without S.H.I.E.L.D. could be an interesting premise.

With no title, leading hero or release date revealed, it seems like fans will have to keep guessing for a while. Luckily, there are plenty of other Marvel TV shows to keep audiences entertained. Check out what’s coming up next from Marvel TV HERE.