Former superhero Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) tries life as a normal private eye in New York.
Kilgrave (David Tennant) can convince people to commit horrible crimes with just the power of suggestion.
With Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) and Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Anne Moss) by her side, Jones isn't afraid of taking on the worst criminals New York has to offer.
Love interest Luke Cage (Mike Colter) -- who'll be getting his own Netflix show -- offers a shot of both wisdom and whisky when Jones needs it most.
As a private detective, Jones doesn't exactly have a subtle demeanor.
Supervillain Kilgrave, aka the Purple Man, is dressed to kill in more ways than once.
Even as a private detective rather than a superhero, Jones has plenty of innocents to protect.
Walker -- who may or may not end up in costume as Hellcat -- is the best friend Jones could ever hope for in a city full of sinners.
When the villain Kilgrave returns to New York in search of Jones, bad things happen. Does David Tennant enjoy playing villains or is he just really good at it?
Jessica gets a call that could end up being a game changer on the show.
Cage has enough trouble on his hands with Jones. Let's hope this dog is on her side too.
Walker has a gun, but who will she end up shooting?
Jones uses the subway like any normal New Yorker, even if she could get there quicker flying.
Jones and her friend Trish Walker take a closer look at the evidence.
Hogarth may end up being a powerful ally for Jones.
Ex-superhero and P.I. Jessica Jones chases down suspects and leads in the new Marvel series.
When you have superpowers like Jessica Jones, you can afford to flirt with a subway train.
Jones wants answers and isn't planning on playing nice.
This P.I. doesn't let a little blood get in the way of finding out the truth.