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David Tennant is set to star in Jessica Jones. (Pic: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)

There’s been a bit of back and forth on when viewers can expect Marvel’s Netflix original series Jessica Jones, starring Doctor Who’s David Tennant and Breaking Bad‘s Krysten Ritter.

Originally the super hero series was set for 2015, but there was some speculation it might be delayed until 2016 because initially it was not included on Netflix’s 2015 list of release dates.

But just yesterday (July 28) Netflix announced at the TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour that we can look forward to the 13-part series being available online by the end of 2015, according to IGN.

There’s no exact date yet, but IGN predicts November or December.

Whew, glad we got that sorted. Now we can plan our holiday travel around the premiere.

In April 2015 we got a first look at Tennant in character as Mr. Purple sans hue:

The online series follows a female superhero (Ritter) who has hung up her costume and is working to get her life back on track. Her plans are upset when she runs into her longtime adversary Zebediah Kilgrave, a.k.a. Purple Man (Tennant).

What do you think of David Tennant playing a baddie? 

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By Brigid Brown