Jessica Jones' debut season instantly became one of the most critically-acclaimed superhero TV shows ever when it arrived back in 2015. Krysten Ritter's jaded alcoholic sleuth was the anti-heroine we didn't know we needed, and David Tennant blasted the Tenth Doctor from our memories with his truly sinister turn as the mind-controlling Kilgrave.
At last, the long-awaited second season is soon upon us. But mixed with our excitement is a lot of trepidation that the new run could fall short of the initial season. After all, Marvel's Netflix output has been a bit hit and miss since 2015 - see: Iron Fist and The Defenders. Yet if the makers are able to hold on to what worked before, as well as tweak those things that didn't land quite right, then there's no reason JJ Season 2 can't be just as good.
So what are these things that the season needs to tick off? If the sophomore run follows these dos and don'ts, it can avoid joining Iron Fist at the bottom of the pile and hopefully give its previous season a run for its money.