Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ Episode Titles Allegedly Leak
The fluid design of Netflix’s website has occasionally given way to early gaffes among the original series, including an early House of Cards Season 3 leak, and Daredevil’s red costume, so might Jessica Jones follow suit? All 13 episode titles from Marvel’s next Defender have reportedly emerged online, some of which could tease a Power-ful climax to the season.
Take this one with a grain of salt for the moment, but an intriguing Reddit post saw one user fiddling around with the Netflix URL for Jessica Jones’ eventual release, only to discover that a slight modification brought forth placeholders for the 13 episode titles, some of which included runtimes. Marvel has yet to set an official release date for Jessica Jones, but it wouldn’t be the first time one of the Defenders had titles leak early.
So reads the post:
Here’s a weird Netflix quirk! Out of curiosity, I increased the number in the URL for the Jessica Jones series (http://www.netflix.com/title/80002311) by one digit (http://www.netflix.com/title/80002312). This code, and the 12 following it, seem to give episode titles for the entire season of Jessica Jones! Some have running times already listed too, which means they must literally already be on the Netflix database, waiting for release. Assuming the titles are on there in order, here’s what they are:
1x01 - AKA Ladies Night (52m)
1x02 - AKA Crush Syndrome (52m)
1x03 - AKA It’s Called Whiskey (54m)
1x04 - AKA 99 Friends
1x05 - AKA The Sandwich Saved Me (50m)
1x06 - AKA You’re a Winner (54m)
1x07 - AKA Top Shelf Perverts
1x08 - AKA WWJD?
1x09 - AKA Sin Bin
1x10 - AKA The Kumbaya Circle Jerk
1x11 - AKA I’ve Got the Blues
1x12 - AKA Jewel and the Power Man
1x13 - AKA Smile
We couldn’t replicate the results (unlike the Daredevil suit leak), though the titles do seem notably plausible, with a clever twist on the “AKA” bit that was dropped from the former title. Assuming the titles are in order as well, one wonders if “AKA Jewel and the Power Man” will flesh out more of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage’s superhero pasts, or perhaps see the two formally suiting up to take on the bad guys.
So reads Marvel’s official Jessica Jones synopsis:
After a tragic ending to her short-lived super hero stint, Jessica Jones is rebuilding her personal life and career as a detective who gets pulled into cases involving people with extraordinary abilities in New York City.
In addition to Krysten Ritter in the title role, Marvel’s Jessica Jones also features among its cast Mike Colter as fellow future Defender Luke Cage, Doctor Who favorite David Tennant as the villainous Zebediah Kilgrave, Carrie-Anne Moss as “Harper” and Transformers star Rachael Taylor as Patsy “Hellcat” Walker. Run creatively by Melissa Rosenberg, the series also features in recurring roles Eka Darville as Jessica’s neighbor, Erin Moriarty as a client, and Wil Traval as a police officer, while Rosario Dawson has been confirmed to reprise her role as Claire Temple.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones will premiere sometime later this year, but what should we expect from the second of Marvel’s Netflix Defenders?
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