Jessica Jones is set to become Netflix and Marvel's latest collaboration when it's made available on November 20th. The show's second full-length trailer was released this morning — the first came out in October — and it sheds a little more light on the relationship between Jones (a fiery Krysten Ritter), Mike Colter's bartending Luke Cage, and David Tennant's menacing, mysterious Kilgrave. If you thought Netflix might opt for lighter fare after opening its Marvel partnership with a bloody, darkly comic take on Daredevil, you'll have to keep on waiting: Jones is a lapsed detective and a functioning alcoholic, and she's quick to land a knockout blow.
Netflix has big plans for Jessica Jones and the three other Marvel series premiering on the streaming service over the course of this year and 2016. Daredevil is already available for viewing, and Jessica Jones is next; Luke Cage and Iron Fist will premiere sometime next year. Once each series is on the air, their lead characters will team up as part of The Defenders, a mini-series event with no confirmed premiere date. The plan's audacious, but these shows need to function as stand-alone pieces. Jessica Jones' moment of truth is just a little more than a week away.