Melissa Rosenberg is the creator, executive producer and show-runner of the Netflix series Jessica Jones and wrote the episodes "AKA Ladies Night", "AKA Smile" and "AKA Start from the Beginning" and co-wrote "AKA Playland" with Jesse Harris.
- "[There will be] some new characters that are only interesting in how they relate to our existing characters. We can really get into some very interesting aspects of their characters and where they're from, where they're going, all these things. I'm super excited about that. We can really get into some very interesting aspects of their characters and where they're from, where they're going, all these things. I'm super excited about that."
- "David Tennant's [Kilgrave], we'll never create that again. That is one of the great iconic characters played by a profoundly talented actor. The objective is not to match that, not to try to do that again."
- "[There's] always the promise. I mean, for me, the character of Trish is so rich, Hellcat or not. She's already bad-ass. What's most interesting to me is their relationship. You know, that friendship, that sisterhood. That's the core of the show. That's the core relationship of the show."
- "What's nice for us over on our side of the hall, is if we think - we're still shaping what we want to do, but we're like, maybe we can set them up over in The Defenders, let's go talk to [Defenders showrunners] Doug [Petrie] and Marco [Ramirez], and we're like, 'Hey, what do you think about this?' "