After several years, Netflix said goodbye to & # 39; Jessica Jones & # 39; with its third season in which the detective interpreted by Krysten Ritter had to face a new case. But While fans of the series still wonder if they can see new episodes at some point, its protagonist of course he wants to leave behind the private investigator.
Krysten Ritter says goodbye to her character
"If I think I'm going to play again, I do not think so", Ritter confirmed on TVLine. "I feel like I've touched, you know, I feel pretty good about it, I feel good about closing the door". In October 2018 Netflix has already initiated a phase of cancellations of the Marvel series with & # 39; Iron Fist & # 39 ;. Since then, he has continued with & # 39; Luke Cage & # 39; and "Daredevil", until the union between the two ended with "The Punisher" and now with & # 39; Jessica Jones & # 39;
Fans have already begun speculating on a possible return of 'Jessica Jones', but this time off of Netflix, on the Disney + platform that will be released in November. However, Variety recently reported that the contract for the four series of Marvel included a clause that makes these characters can not appear in any film or series beyond Netflix until two years after their cancellation on that platform..
Although, even in the case where & # 39; Jessica Jones & # 39; returned, the series would no longer be the same as its creator, Melissa Rosenberg, agrees with Krysten Ritter about closing this door. "I feel like this is a complete and closed chapter"explained Rosenberg. "I mean, never say never, but I'm ready to tell other new stories".