Netflix: Jessica Jones season 4 release date updates: Will there be a new season?

The Netflix shows featuring Marvel’s The Defenders were decent hits for the streamer, leaving many to wish there were more entries of each. Now, rumors have emerged indicating that one of those street-level heroes, Jessica Jones, may return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and because of this, the anticipation for Jessica Jones season 4 has risen once again to an all-time high.

The “He Who Remains” of the MCU, or more commonly known as Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, has stated before that the characters featured in the popular Netflix series could eventually return somehow, someway, at some point in the future of the next-level shared universe. There are several additional rumors out there speculating some of the heroes are already prepping for a comeback of sorts.

Charlie Cox, who played Daredevil, is said to be making an appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home and the She-Hulk series. There is also significant speculation that Jessica Jones is also set to show up in the new Disney+ Marvel show.

If she does return, the question that is on everyone’s mind is, will Jessica Jones be getting a fourth season somewhere down the line? Here is all the intel gathered on the subject of Jessica Jones season 4 release date and more.

How many seasons of Jessica Jones are on Netflix?

There are three seasons of Marvel’s Jessica Jones on the streaming service now. Altogether there are 39 entries of the Netflix original series, and each iteration runs about 44-56 minutes.

Is there going to be a season 4 of Jessica Jones?

Despite solid reviews and being very well-received by subscribers, Netflix canceled the series on Feb. 8, 2019. But ever since there have been rumors of the character making an appearance in other MCU properties, there has been much speculation as to whether or not the show will return to Netflix.

Right now, it does seem unlikely as MCU properties are mostly making their home on Disney+ with the exception of Spider-Man and Sony films. But in the streaming world, things are always changing, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe is always expanding, meaning anything is possible moving forward.

As mentioned before, the father of the MCU, Kevin Feige, has stated that he has not ruled out bringing back the Netflix Marvel characters and how that happens is still unknown, but it is a possibility. For now, however, no official plans are out there for Jessica Jones season 4, but fans should not lose hope just yet.

How many episodes of Jessica Jones season 4 are there?

An official episode count for Jessica Jones season 4 will most likely emerge after the renewal announcement is made official. Until then, it’s safe for one to guess as to how many chapters could occupy the next run of Jessica Jones’s MCU saga.

If Jessica Jones season 4 was to return to Netflix, there is a chance there could be anywhere between 8-13 episodes. If it were to arrive on Disney+, it would probably contain around six to nine episodes, as is the norm with their Marvel shows.

Jessica Jones season 4 filming?

So far, there have been no updates or announcements regarding any kind of production schedule for Jessica Jones season 4 for Netflix or Disney+. Any filming would probably take place after her alleged MCU appearances in the works. The situation will ultimately become a bit clearer when the Marvel heroine’s future is decided, and they also figure out where she will land should she return.

Jessica Jones season 4 release date predictions

Jessica Jones was not one of the many titles announced in regards to the next few phases of the MCU. But this could always change, and she could easily get another run at either Netflix or Disney+, with the latter being the likely destination.

It’s anyone’s guess at this point when or if Jessica Jones season 4 will arrive, and it will be interesting to see how the Marvel hero fits into the MCU moving forward. For more updates as they come out, make sure to follow Netflix Life.

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