They all run to a very similar formula though. Jessica Jones a little different, but mostly fits First three or four episodes = finding a "friendly face" to fight against "the bad guy". Episodes 3-8 = either the hero or the friend almost dies as they find out the bad guy isn't the BIG bad guy. Episodes 6-10 = wandering about trying to make up some story to get it to 13 episodes. Episode 7-11 = betrayal and forgiveness of somebody who should be a friend. Sometimes a death of an "enigmatic" side character (Obi-Wan-Kenobi syndrome) Episode 10-end = secret plan to coax the big baddy out and desperate fight against the odds. Plan goes awry, hero overcomes anyway while discovering a deep secret that will lead them to the story of the next season. Luke Cage was such a shame though. The tone, style and writing of the first few episodes was fantastic and I loved Cotton Mouth as a villain. I thought it was classy, intriguing, tense and just really well done. Then it all fell apart really rapidly. The Punisher (which was massively in the formula) was probably my favourite though. It was gritty, stupidly macho-packed, complete bollocks. Good entertainment and didn't try to really be much else. I did love Tennant in Jessica Jones though. Second season is more like Iron Fist, sadly.