By now many of you have binge-watched all 13 episodes of Jessica Jones season one and are eagerly awaiting a second season. According to showrunner Melissa Rosenberg, fans may have to wait a little longer - perhaps until after Defenders debuts.
"I hope so. There certainly is storytelling wise," Rosenberg told The Hollywood Reporter of whether there was room for a second season. "The question becomes is there actual time? There are logistics involved, because Defenders has to shoot by a certain time, contractually. Actually, I'm not sure; I'm not at all involved in those conversations, much to my dismay. The first question is whether or not we will even get a second season. The second question is, if so, when? Will it be before The Defenders or after? I'd certainly love it to be before but there are things that play into that — time, availability."
Jessica Jones has not yet been greenlit for a second season. This will likely depend on how the show performs on Netflix - numbers that the streaming service does not release to the public - and, as Rosenberg pointed out, time constraints.
Jessica Jones will appear in Defenders along with Daredevil, whose solo-series is currently shooting its second season, Luke Cage, who debuted in Jessica Jones and is currently filming a solo-series, and Iron Fist, the last of the Defenders to be cast.
No release date for Defenders has been set.