Jessica Jones : Netflix may have already decided the fate of the series before the release of season 3
In a few weeks, Netflix has canceled three of its series Marvel. And all indications are that Jessica Jones should also take this path.
With the imminent arrival of Disney +, the streaming service of uncle Mickey, we suspected that the series Marvel produced in conjunction with Netflix were promised in the underworld, for the good and simple reason that their presence in the grid of the giant SVoD would term to advertise for a competitor, who will be retiring soon to his films to make it available exclusively to its platform.
In this context, the Defenders, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and freshly Daredevil have been summarily executed. Officially, only The Punisher and Jessica Jones are still shows active. For many, it was necessary to see in the “survival” of these two series as a sign of their agenda, which is more than a policy of Netflix.
In fact, with each one more season to broadcast their diffuser should logically wait a little before formalizing their cancellation, history of not infringing too much on potential audiences for the series… without much of a future.
However, a user of the forum Reddit has shared a screenshot of a customer satisfaction survey sent by Netflix to its customers. Until then, nothing is, frankly, delusional, except that the company asks its viewers on the degree of dissatisfaction with the possible cancellation of some shows.
Does she still have a future ?
Among the productions presented as possibly cancelled there is Jessica Jones. This could be a balloon catheter designed to know if Netflix is or is not to abandon the character, but the latter is presented alongside Luke Cage and Daredevil, already cleared.
It doesn’t take much to many fans to deduce that Netflix has already decided, and that the season 3, currently in production, will be the last. Regarding The Punisher, a teaser has just announced the return of Frank Castle, normally on the 18 January… Before that he would eliminate in turn ?