The third season of “Jessica Jones” will be released on June 14 on Netflix [VIDEO]

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The third and final season of “Jessica Jones” has finally received a confirmed release date from Netflix. The streaming platform has announced that the series will return on Friday, June 14 globally.

Along with the announcement, Netflix has also released “a teaser to” Jessica Jones “that pits her against a new enemy. Below is the official press release of the series.

Netflix announces that the latest season of Marvel’s “Jessica Jones,” the groundbreaking and award-winning series about a New York City private investigator with incredible strength, will launch on Friday, June 14. All 13 episodes will be released to Netflix subscribers worldwide on this date.

All about “Jessica Jones” season 3: When Jessica (Krysten Ritter) meets a highly intelligent psychopath, she and Trish (Rachael Taylor) must mend their broken relationship and team up to defeat him. But a devastating loss reveals their conflicting ideas of heroism and sets them on a collision course that will change them both forever.

The series is produced by showrunner Melissa Rosenberg (“Dexter”) and Jeph Loeb (Marvel’s “Daredevil”, Marvel’s “Jessica Jones”, Marvel’s “Luke Cage”), who is also the head of Marvel television. Marvel’s “Jessica Jones” is produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios for Netflix.

The third season cast also includes Carrie-Anne Moss (“The Matrix Trilogy”), Eka Darville (“Empire”), Benjamin Walker “(Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”), Jeremy Bobb (“Russian Dol” l), Sarita Choudhury (“Homeland”), Tiffany Mack (“Hap and Leonard”), Jessica Frances Dukes (“The Good Wife”), Aneesh Sheth (“New Amsterdam”) and Rebecca DeMornay (“The Hand that Rocks the Cradle”).

Follow Marvel’s “Jessica Jones” on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Previous seasons of the superhero series are still accessible on Netflix.

Meanwhile, Marvel has no plans to move “Jessica Jones” to the next Disney + streaming platform. The company is forced to wait a few more years to develop the TV show as Netflix still owns the ownership rights.