1) The Purple Man
David Tennant steps into the role of Kilgrave, the Big Bad going into the first season of Jessica Jones. With an unbeatable skill in mind control and manipulation, there are little glimpses of The Purple Man trying to break into Jones' own mind. Whether or not he'll be successful is something we'll have to wait to find out, but there are hints in this new trailer that those going up against him aren't willing to kill him, because they're worried about what might happen if he does die.
Tennant looks to be a master of the role, bringing a sinister personality to Kilgrave and allowing himself to become fully enveloped in the character. He's a villain not many people have spent time thinking about pre-Jessica Jones, but we have a feeling he's going to leave a lasting impression.
2) Flirting and romance with Luke Cage
As one of the most intriguing couples in the Marvel comics universe, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones' relationship looks to be one that's going to be immediately explored through the new Netflix series. Krysten Ritter and Mike Colter bring an intense chemistry to their roles, and with the teased sex scene in both this trailer and the first, this could be the most X-rated Marvel outing to-date.
Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg has promised Cage will be a huge part of the show: "[In] Jessica's story, as envisioned by Mr. Bendis, Luke Cage plays an enormous part in showing us who she is and taking her on a certain journey. What really we can tell is what his relationship with Jessica is, what it turns into."
3) Patsy Walker and Malcolm
As Jessica's best friend, Patsy Walker is the voice of reason when Jessica's bad side comes to the forefront. Attempting to shoot herself whilst under The Purple Man's mind control, it's unclear whether or not she'll be able to make it to the end of the season. What is apparant, though, is her importance to our leading lady and the story going ahead.
We're also introduced to Malcolm - a man whom nobody is familiar with as he's a completely original character. What we do know is he's an addict who has his fair share of struggles, and he lives right next door to Jessica. Again, their friendship will likely be a driving force in the plot moving forward.
4) Jessica's arrest
Jessica isn't a woman who likes to be confined to the small walls of an interrogation room, and she lets that be known right in front of the officer opposite her on the table. Revealing her incredible strength by pulling her wrists away from the table to which she was cuffed, it looks as if Jessica won't be a hero good at keeping her abilities to herself. What exactly she's been arrested for just isn't too clear, yet...
5) The incredibly dark tone
Fans of the comics will already be fans of the darkness seeping through the storylines, but Netflix and Marvel's television adaptation will go even darker, with Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb promising a psychological thriller.
Rosenberg says of the show: "[Bendis] created this incredibly flawed, damaged interesting character. Regardless of gender, it was the character that drew me. He wasn't afraid to go there and we went even further. We've gone further in all of our storytelling."
She does also state however that the show will stay true to original mythology: "We're using some pretty obscure characters, so we're taking them all over the place. We have to be cognizant of the mythology and the world."
Jessica Jones comes to Netflix in all territories where the streaming service is available on November 20.