The show filmed in the neighborhood quite often, doing a lot of street work there, according to Nisivoccia. She obviously hates him, but when she allows him back into her life, it's not for therapeutic reasons or revenge. Top secret! But I can say that he's back, and I can also say that it's probably not a good thing. But you may not remember everything that happened with IGH and Dr. Koslov during the first season.
"I really like the feeling of being a little bigger and occupying more space in the world and being able to lift my own suitcases up the stairs and stuff", she said.
Like the crumbling apartment around her, Jessica can not face the actual process of healing. Her career ambitions are valid (and it's noble that she wants to end things now rather than stringing Griffin along), but she's pursuing them in exactly the wrong way - no one's going to take her seriously as a journalist if her investigative skills are just Hulking out and knocking people unconscious. She digs up dirt for her clients, gets paid and moves on to the next, devoid of any human emotion.
In the season one finale, fans saw Jessica finally break his hold over her by killing him.
Jessica Jones Season 2 has dropped on Netflix and, while it's a successful follow-up to the first season in a lot of ways, there are some issues with it. Her neighbors know about recovery and pain, and support groups freak her out as much as any ludicrous supervillain; in fact, talking in group may be even more of a challenge. Its boss, Price Chang (Terry Chen), plans to absorb Alias and use Jessica's new popularity to gain more money. Again, Jessica is opening up more than we've ever seen before.
"Jessica and Trish's friendship is on a roller coaster", Taylor says.
More recently, The Punisher exploded into life in its final four episodes, and would've made for a thrilling, intense, and violent mini-series, but instead was forced to go over 13 instalments as well, when half as many would've sufficed. As she recovers from her ordeal with Kilgrave, she endures new ones, and she's stymied at every turn as she tries to get back to something close to normalcy. Jessica laid all the cards out on the table of everything she knows about her being a Metro General doctor who siphoned off patients to IGH to which Dr. Hansen says that she wants to clear it all up. She figures that this new guy must have something on the landlord to agree to bounce her even though he's known for years that she's a run a business out of her apartment.
Thanks to the events of The Defenders, Jessica's NY now understands the prevalence of super-powered individuals among them. By the time she recovered enough, she endowed with super powers, but also had mental instability as a side effect of her powers. Jessica's ability to help Trish deal with her mother is one example.
Ideas and themes that were hinted at in season one come to the forefront of season two, such as how did Jessica Jones get her power, what and who is behind IGH, and can she defeat a villain who is stronger than she is?