The latest “Jessica Jones” trailer features Krysten Ritter taking a late night stroll in the not-so-friendly streets of Hell’s Kitchen.
“After a tragic ending to her short-lived Super Hero stint, Jessica Jones is rebuilding her personal life and career as a detective who gets pulled into cases in New York City,” reads the “Jessica Jones” trailer’s official description . “It’s time the world knew her name.”
Jessica Jones is based from the “Alias” comic books written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by Michael Gaydos.
Her story picks up after she retires from being a superhero and starts a career as a private investigator in Hell’s Kitchen “which will which will bring her into contact with many of the more unpleasant characters of New York City,” according to Screen Rant .
Even during her days as a costumed hero, Jones never fully Mastered the art of flight. This is evident in the latest “Jessica Jones” trailer, where we see her only using that ability to help her get up on short buildings.
Regarding the series’ tone and feel, the recently released trailers have featured Noir-style cinematography and hints of dark humor, which sits right in Marvel’s street-level universe along with “Daredevil.”
“When we first sat down and started talking about ‘Daredevil,’ what we said was, for all intents and purposes, it was a crime drama first and a superhero show second,” Marvel’s head of television Jeph Loeb said of the upcoming show. “One of the things we’ve talked a lot about is that ‘Jessica’ is in many ways a psychological thriller first and then a superhero show second.”
“She’s funny! She’s dark! She’s the real deal. She’s utterly compelling, both the actress and the character,” said series showrunner Melissa Rosenberg.
With the trailer out now, “Jessica Jones” will be made available on Netflix on Nov. 20, 2015.