“Jessica Jones” has been renewed for another season on Netflix. And for fans who were surprised by the news, don’t worry, the writers as well didn’t expect they’d get another season. So, what will Season 2 bring to the fans?

Writers are still working on it, Deadline reported. According to reports, the writers were informed of the show’s renewal when Netflix announced it.

Co-executive producer Jeph Loeb admitted,

“We learned about the pickup when you guys learned about it. We’re still in the stage of ‘YAY!'”

“Jessica Jones” showrunner Melissa Rosenberg revealed that they haven’t even started on the preliminary work for Season 2. For the upcoming season, she plans to “use as much as possible from the book.”

She said,

“The MCU is very different in terms of its mythology from the [comics]. We’re probably not going to be able to do parallel storylines, but I take every little piece I can.”

Nonetheless, the showrunner teased that the series will go on to emphasize Jessica’s character development.

“I think I just want it to be about her character. She’s a very damaged character, and that damage goes beyond Kilgrave. There’s a lot to mine from in her backstory and into her present day situation.”

Meanwhile, in a report by Entertainment Weekly, Loeb explained why sex scenes were necessary in the Netflix series. He mentioned that they needed to establish that “Jessica Jones” is an adult drama.

Likewise, Rosenberg noted that Kilgrave’s rape of Jones was essential in the story last season.

“Balance dealing with rape while having her sexually active, the word ‘survivor’ is the important part of that. Certainly the assault has become a part of her psyche, but it has not defeated her. I think she is fiercely her own person. She is unapologetically who she is and wants what she wants. She never let Kilgrave take that.”