Jessica Jones, series 3, review: a flawed but wildly enjoyable end

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Krysten Ritter stars as the eponymous heroine in series 3 of Jessica Jones
Krysten Ritter stars as the eponymous heroine in series 3 of Jessica Jones Credit: Netflix

The third series of Jessica Jones begins with what we’ve come to expect: Jessica doing something heroic in an entirely un-heroic way, making more enemies than she does friends, and complaining about it the whole time. It continues this a similar vein for the first eight episodes.

This isn’t a criticism. It would be so easy to hate a character like Jessica for being so deeply unpleasant, but she’s written so well and Krysten Ritter plays her with such odd charm that she’s fun to watch. And, as before, series three doesn’t rely on this charm or lots of fight scenes to make it entertaining, but instead uses the unique traits and history of the character to create a fantastical world which lets us...

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