August 22, 2018 / series
Producer Melissa Rosenberg, who acts as a showrunner who oversees the series, leaves production because of a new deal with Warner TV.
One of the keys to the success of adjusting Jessica Jones as a series lies in the work of the executive producer Melissa Rosenbergwho had the mission to create the customization that Netflix is broadcasting.
His future in connection with the series, however, already has an end point. The Hollywood Reporter reported that Rosenberg will leave the series after completing the already announced third season. The reason for his departure is a new deal that the producer made with Warner Bros. Television.
Although Netflix tried to retain Rosenberg, Warner Bros' television production company eventually won the cock, allowing it to develop multiple projects. Thanks to a check with eight digits.
"All my attention is maintained with the extraordinary cast, writers and production team from Jessica Jones until we complete the third season," said Rosenberg, who appreciated the opportunity that Marvel Television and Netflix offer.
According to the report, when a fourth season is complete, the series will be looking for a new showrunner, but Rosenberg remains accredited as the maker and executive producer of Jessica Jones.