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Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 2 (2018)
Critic Consensus: While Jessica Jones is a slower burn with less focus than its inaugural season, its enticing new character arc more fully details the most charismatic Defender.
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Jessica Jones, like its protagonist, can't be called simply good or bad. It's messier, stranger, and far more complicated than that. And that's a good thing, flaws and all.
Ritter's Jessica Jones remains the most compelling, evocative and dynamic character in Netflix's Marvel canon.
As long as Jessica can down half a dozen whiskies without wiping off either her sneer or her lipstick, she'll remain irresistibly watchable.
Like the Penrose stairs, each episode builds to a climax that never quite materialises. Still, it's so well made that just climbing those stairs is satisfying enough.
Season 2's all-female directing staff keeps the show's noir bent in place though doesn't push too hard into the realm of art - but the clean approach works, as does Ritter's always grounded and believable performance.
Audience Reviews for Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 2
Season 2 of Jessica Jones continues its in-depth revelations of the famed Marvel heroine by displaying a more extensive character arc on its main cast, as well as its surprising new add-ons. Although not as steady as its previous season it's a stellar entry all hinged on a performance so intrinsic and effortless from Krysten Ritter. 4.45/5
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