The countdown is on with only 10 more days until Marvel's Jessica Jones is released on Netflix.
While Netflix has released tons of mini-teasers, art work and behind-the-scenes glances at the show, the streaming service has only released one official trailer. Today, however, the company released an extended look at the series, showcasing some more of the trouble lurking around in Hell's Kitchen and the demons Jones will have to face, both internally and externally.
The trailer also spends a little more time establishing the working relationship between Jones and other Marvel hero, Luke Cage. Cage, who will get a separate Netflix series next year, will have a major role in the show, and it's clear from the trailers that Marvel is doing its best to get audiences familiar with his character.
The trailer also gives viewers the best look yet at David Tennant's nefarious, mind-controlling Kilgrave character, examining his stalking relationship with Jones and giving little glimpses into their connected pasts. It's the first time fans will be able to really see the sadistic side of Kilgrave and witness just how dangerous his psychic abilities make him.
All episodes of Jessica Jones will be available on Nov. 20 at 12 a.m. PT.