‘Jessica Jones’ Series Creator Says Knowledge Of Cancellation Allowed For “Closure” & A “Satisfying” Ending

The Playlist | 6/13/2019 | Charles Barfield
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For the bulk of the series in the Netflix/Marvel partnership, the eventual cancellation came as a surprise. None of the actors or behind-the-scenes people really had any clue that the last season would, indeed, be the final one. This has left “Daredevil,” “Luke Cage,” “Iron Fist,” and “The Punisher” with the feeling of being incomplete. However, for “Jessica Jones,” the series creator Melissa Rosenberg was given a bit of time before the release of Season 3 to somehow craft a finale that felt right. And she feels like the upcoming final season of “Jessica Jones” is a fitting end to the character.

Speaking to Collider, Rosenberg was asked about how the third season fits in the overall story of the title character and her supporting cast, and if fans can expect some closure by the end of the season. Luckily, at least for Rosenberg, the writer-producer was already leaving the series at the end of Season 3, which meant she wanted to add some finality to the season anyway. But there was also a bit of freedom when she learned of Netflix’s decision to end its...
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