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‘Jessica Jones’ Creator On Why She Only Hired Female Directors To Shoot Season Two

After four excruciating years, “Jessica Jones” season two is finally here. And for that, you can thank … women!

In a new interview with Vulture, Melissa Rosenberg, the show’s creator, explains her decision to hire only female directors to direct season two’s 13 episodes.

Season one dealt heavily with women’s issues, including a major plot line centered around Jessica Jones’ rape at the hands of villain Kilgrave, played by the unrivaled David Tennant. The season’s primary relationship was between Jessica Jones and her best friend Trish.

Season two promises more of the same. It drops March 8 on Netflix.

Becky Scott is the editor of The Schmooze. Follow her on Twitter, @arr_scott

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