30 Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2018

From new prestige dramas and must-binge sci-fi shows to the return of 'Atlanta,' 'Westworld' and more ā€“ what we can't wait to tune in to

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'Jessica Jones' Season 2 (Netflix, Mar. 8)

If you're anything like us, you suffered through the sludge that was The Defenders just to watch reluctant superhero Jessica Jones take Daredevil and his self-seriousness down a few pegs. Finally, after a two-year wait, Melissa Rosenberg's leather-jacketed P.I. is back to kick ass and probably forget to take names. Season One was easily Marvel's best small-screen effort to date, featuring a bruised, prickly central performance from Krysten Ritter as a super-strong, binge-drinking detective and an unwavering look at how trauma can mark a person, all while still sticking to its comic-book roots. Season Two looks like it will be delving deeper into Jessica's past while still deftly sticking a pin in the genre's mythos: "If you say, 'With great power comes great responsibility,' I swear I'll throw up on you," our heroine growls in the trailer. JS

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