Marvel's Jessica Jones Season 3

Premiere Date, Episode Guide

Marvel's Jessica Jones season 3 started airing on Friday, June 14, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S3E1 A.K.A The Perfect Burger

S3E2 A.K.A You're Welcome

S3E3 A.K.A I Have No Spleen

S3E4 A.K.A Customer Service is Standing By

S3E5 A.K.A I Wish

S3E6 A.K.A Sorry Face

S3E7 A.K.A The Double Half-Wappinger

S3E8 A.K.A Camera Friendly

S3E9 A.K.A I Did Something Today

S3E10 A.K.A Hero Pants

S3E11 A.K.A Hellcat

S3E12 A.K.A A Lotta Worms

most recent episode S3E13 A.K.A Everything

How many episodes are in season 3 of Marvel's Jessica Jones?

The season consists of 13 episodes.


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Fan Buzz

!!] Ritter did a GREAT job in this one In comparison, the "bad guy" writing of Jessica Jones is just about a sociopathic stalker, they even have to stage "final scenes" again and again and let him escape to keep some tension. Jones is trying to deal with something but with a mediocre storyline it's hard to sit through 40 minutes of nothingness. Marvel is doing a bang up (pun intended) job with these netflix series. The awful plot is a real let down.

Critics Reviews

    It is, as ever, difficult to say. Press were provided the first eight episodes, more than the five we got for the second season, but the problems remain; in those eight episodes, what worked about the show continues to work and what doesn’t continues not to work. And again, the final episode provided to us ends with <...> - by Ready Steady Cut - Season 3 [Jonathon Wilson]

    As we saw at the end of last season, “Patsy” got exactly what she wanted: superhuman abilities. But as Trish is learning, through trial-and-error and more control ceded to her mother Dorothy than she’d prefer, a superhero origin story is more than getting injected with a serum and wanting to bring about justice. <...> - by Den of Geek - Season 3 [Natalie Zutter]

    The movie’s plot, when it finally emerges, is essentially a weak-tea reprisal of the conflict between Bullock and Hearst that drove large portions of the show’s third season. This time, Hearst wants Deputy Charlie Utter’s (Dayton Callie) land for building telephone lines, and Bullock once again chafes at the <...> - per Slant Magazine - Season 3 [Pat Brown]

    Roger Ebert has attended international film festivals and events for almost half a century, from the Kolkata International Film Festival to the Academy Awards. In addition to his coverage, our contributors report the latest from Cannes, Telluride, Toronto, Sundance and other movie showcases world-wide. It’s <...> - via Roger Ebert - Season 3 [Allison Shoemaker]

    There’s something genuine missing in the first eight episodes given to critics to review, so maybe, just maybe, the series will pick up in the final five episodes. But the pace at which the first eight are going, I’m not entirely sure this will be the case. Luckily, as always, Krysten Ritter does a superb job of <...> - by TV and City - Season 3 [Ariba Bhuvad]


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