The latest updates and spoilers for "Jessica Jones" Season 2 will feature the completion of the sophomore season, and the plot will be more personal to Jessica than the first.

Season 2 filming done

Krysten Ritter and newcomer Diane Gibson announced that the second season of "Jessica Jones" has finished production by posting several gifts and Jessica-themed wrap shirts on Instagram. Also, SpoilerTV listed Sept. 15 as the show's wrap date for several months now. This could mean that the show's production team was able to finish the series according to its schedule.

While there has been no word on season 2's release date, the show could likely premiere sometime on 2018 along with "Luke Cage" season 2 and "Daredevil" season 3. The sophomore season of "Jessica Jones" will likely air first on the Marvel Netflix series line-up next year.

For now, Marvel fans are looking forward to the first season of "The Punisher" and the show will debut on Netflix by the end of the year.

More personal than season 1

The first season of "Jessica Jones" dealt with the latter's encounter with Kilgrave and the trauma and suffering she had endured during her time with him. With Kilgrave's death, Jessica was able to save everyone dear to her and move on, but it will not be the case in season 2.

Ritter told Bustle in an interview last month that the plot of the second arc will be more "personal" to Jessica than in the previous season and the writers have to dig deeper into her psyche to reveal more secrets about her life.

"The first season was in her head and the second season is in her heart," Ritter said."The writers have dug even deeper and made it feel just as big and just impactful, just as personal."

The second arc will explore the mysterious organization called IGH and how they are connected to Jessica's powers.

The group was responsible for treating and paying the latter's hospital bills after surviving the car accident that killed her family.

IGH also provided Will Simpson's combat pills that gave him enhanced physical abilities at the cost of his sanity. Ritter teased that the organization will make Jessica more unhinged and paranoid than ever before, knowing that these people gave her powers and they had something to do with her family's death.

Kilgrave will also return in the second season, but it is unknown if the villain will be tormenting Jessica psychologically in her head, or in flashback scenes.