Marvel has had continued success on the big screen since Iron Man debuted in 2008. They then started to venture onto television with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and then added Agent Carter early this year. Both shows were good but Marvel struck gold when they released Daredevil on Netflix in April.
The show was such a success that Marvel quickly renewed it for a second season and is currently hard at work finishing the next series that will showcase Jessica Jones, played by Krysten Ritter. The title of the show has been AKA Jessica Jones since it was announced but that has changed as of today. That title was put into question when the below photo started to make the rounds on the internet.
Looks like @Marvel removed the A.K.A. from @JessicaJones pic.twitter.com/3vMKL3qMIw
— MCU Exchange (@TheMCUExchange) June 8, 2015
Marvel has since confirmed to Comicbook.com that they have changed the title from AKA Jessica Jones to simply Jessica Jones. It is interesting that Marvel would change the title so late in the game but given that we have not seen even an official logo (but possibly a rough one) it should not be a complete surprise.
Jessica Jones is scheduled to air exclusively on Netflix later this year.
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If you are unfamiliar with the character of Jessica Jones, read our breakdown of the character here.