For Jessica Jones, the past is present. The New York City detective spent Season 1 hounded by the demons of PTSD, and although Killgrave (David Tennant) took his manipulative ways to the grave, Krysten Ritter’s dark heroine isn’t done battling flashbacks. It’s time for Jessica Jones to uncover her origin story.

Jessica Jones dives into the past

“How many others are there like me?” Jones asks as we flash through broken memories. From horrific car accidents to gore-spattered corpses, locked doors to dusty old operating theaters, there’s a part of the budding vigilante that remains a mystery.

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Regardless of the restraints that bind her tight in haunting reminiscences, Jones is here to kick butt. She’s not interested in taking names. She’s also not interested in dealing with a wannabe sidekick, her new landlord, business woes, or the killer that's prowling the streets of her city. It’s a good thing she has the sharpest wit and the most scathing barbs. Otherwise, we’d start to worry about her.

“New York City private investigator Jessica Jones is beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave,” Netflix teased. “Now known throughout the city as a super-powered killer, a new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper into her past to explore the reasons why.”

What's New in Season 2?

Fans will see a host of returning favs, like Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker), Carrie-Anne Moss (Jeri Hogarth), and Eka Danville (Malcolm Ducasse).

In fact, Tennant's acclaimed Killgrave will even make an appearance, according to Entertainment Weekly, although the why and how of it all is still under wraps. As for the newbies, viewers will meet the new landlord, Oscar, as played by J.R. Ramirez, and Ingrid, as played by Janet McTeer. While Ramirez's character will seek to distance himself and his son from the dangers of the vigilante underground, Ingrid could become a new villain.

Variety indulged in theories that paint Ingrid as the villainous Typhoid Mary, a person who's breadth of powers could easily connect to Jessica's own origins.

Uncover the truth when "Jessica Jones" returns to Netflix on March 8, also known as International Women’s Day. In the meantime, catch up on the hero's journey with Season 1 of "Jessica Jones" and Season 1 of "The Defenders."