Marvel Studios regains rights to Jessica Jones and Punisher

Exactly two years after their respective Netflix shows were canceled, Jessica Jones and the Punisher can now return to television. Due to the rights issues with Netflix, the chances of the characters popping up in Marvel Studios projects was previously impossible. But now, the window has closed and so a return for each character in


Zoey Lyonne on Jessica Jones: What happened to her?

As Marvel closes its partnership with Netflix, the studio pushed forth a final blessing as Season 3 of Jessica Jones delivers once again. All the familiar players are back including Carrie-Anne Moss as the ruthless attorney Jeri Hogarth and this time she’s homewrecking other people’s lives like never before. This time with an old lost


Who is Trish on Jessica Jones?

The second episode of the third and final season of Jessica Jones, which premiered on Netflix on Friday, focuses on how Trish became a vigilante superhero after her transformative surgery with IGH’s Dr. Karl Malus in Season 2. Trish narrates the episode, titled A.K.A. You’re Welcome. She is shown training to develop her cat-like reflexes

Who are Marvel’s Defenders and what are the origins?

Today saw the launch of Netflix’s fifth Marvel-inspired series The Defenders, but who are they and what are the origins? As has been very much publicized, The Defenders is an urban crime-fighting team made up of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist — but interestingly this isn’t the original line up from the

Top 10 reasons why Iron Fist will rule

Marvel and Netflix are a match made in heaven — just look at the wild critical success of Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage. (We’re guessing the shows have been commercial hits as well, since they’ve all been picked up for at least one extra season, but Netflix keeps its ratings under wraps). Now it’s

Top 10 reasons why Iron Fist will suck

All right, look, it’s highly unlikely that Marvel’s Iron Fist — which arrives Friday on Netflix — will altogether suck. But as the last in a set of four shows building up to the Defenders crossover miniseries on the same online network later this year, the bar is set higher than a tall building Superman