‘Jessica Jones’: Are These the Episode Titles for the New Marvel/Netflix Series?

     August 19, 2015


Daredevil was a huge hit for Marvel and Netflix, but it had name recognition. Jessica Jones will be a much bigger test for the partnership between the studio and streaming service/network, and it will be interesting to see how the character factors into the world that they’re building on the small screen.

For those who don’t know, Jessica Jones stars Krysten Ritter as the eponymous retired superhero, who formerly went by the name Jewel, but now works as a private investigator. The series also stars Mike Colter as Luke Cage, another superhero who will star in the next Marvel/Netflix series.


Image via Marvel Comics

But while that show has only begun filming, Jessica Jones is more than ready to go, and a user on Reddit found out a way to get all of the episode titles and even some of the run times:

  • 1×01 – AKA Ladies Night (52m)
  • 1×02 – AKA Crush Syndrome (52m)
  • 1×03 – AKA It’s Called Whiskey (54m)
  • 1×04 – AKA 99 Friends
  • 1×05 – AKA The Sandwich Saved Me (50m)
  • 1×06 – AKA You’re a Winner (54m)
  • 1×07 – AKA Top Shelf Perverts
  • 1×08 – AKA WWJD?
  • 1×09 – AKA Sin Bin
  • 1×10 – AKA The Kumbaya Circle Jerk
  • 1×11 – AKA I’ve Got the Blues
  • 1×12 – AKA Jewel and the Power Man
  • 1×13 – AKA Smile

The “AKA” is a nice nod to the series original title, “AKA Jessica Jones” (the show is based off the comic series Alias, but obviously they couldn’t use that as their title since there’s already a TV show called that), and some of the titles hint at a snarky sense of humor (“The Kumbaya Circle Jerk” in particular jumps out).

As for the plots, these don’t tell us much other than perhaps the penultimate title since “Power Man” is an alias for Luke Cage, who is Jessica Jones’ love interest in the comics.

Jessica Jones premieres in the fourth quarter of this year. I suspect we’ll be seeing some official images or a teaser trailer in the not-too-distant future.


Image via Marvel Comics

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