Jessica Jones New Episode Titles Revealed And When Will We See Kilgrave's Return In Season 2?
The episode titles for Season 2 of Jessica Jones have been revealed in fabulous art work in the style of a pulp novel. Netflix unveiled the covers ahead of this week's launch. The thirteen covers were all designed by female artists.
Check them out below:
Episode 201: AKA Start at the Beginning
Artist: Stephanie Hans
Episode 202: AKA Freak Accident
Artist: Jen Bartel
Episode 203: AKA Sole Survivor
Artist: Elizabeth Torque
Episode 204: AKA God Help the Hobo
Artist: Kate Niemczyk
Episode 205: AKA The Octopus
Artist: Colleen Doran
Episode 206: AKA FaceTime
Artist: Erica Henderson
Episode 207: I Want Your Cray Cray
Artist: Audrey Mok
Episode 208: AKA Ain't We Got Fun
Artist: Joyce Chin
Episode 209: AKA Shark in the Bathtub, Monster in the Bed
Artist: Jenny Frison
Episode 210: AKA Pork Chop
Artist: Amy Reeder
Episode 211: AKA Three Lives and Counting
Artist: Ema Lupacchino
Episode 212: AKA Pray for my Patsy
Artist: June Brigman
Episode 213: AKA Playland
Artist: Annie Wu
Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) is joined by an incredible returning cast that includes Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker), Carrie-Anne Moss (Jeri Hogarth), Eka Darville (Malcolm Ducasse) and new cast members Janet McTeer and J.R. Ramirez.
Despite meeting a grisly end at Jessica's hands in the finale of the first season Kilgrave will be back in Jessica's life in some form as David Tennant is making a guest appearance in Season 2.
The details of David's and Kilgrave's return are being kept top secret with no info on his return plot being leaked. However many fan theories have surfaced online since David was spotted back on set in New York back in the summer of 2017. Many believe Kilgrave will be a figment of Jessica's conscience, mentally torturing her from beyond the grave, whilst others have pointed out that Kilgrave has the power to return from the dead in the original Jessica Jones comic books.
It is not known what epiosde or indeed how many episodes David will feature in, but the artwork for episode 12 AKA Pray For My Patsy, has distinctly violet hue, perhaps a nod to Kilgrave, who is otherwise known as The Purple Man.
Whatever the deal is we won't have long to find out as Season 2 drops on Netflix 8 March.