Contrary to the likes of Scott Lang or Peter Quill, who seek redemption via their actions as a superhero, Jessica doesn't care at all about what other people think about her. She's got enough problems trying to buy alcohol, (God do I love that "Booze isn't usually free" line), solve cases and dealing with The Purple Man. Krysten Ritter certainly has the chops to pull off this sort of role with pizzazz to spare, and judging by this trailer, they may have something truly special in store come this November.
Quick side-note; I'll be doing reviews for each and every single one of this shows episodes come this November. I can assure you I won't reach the heights of quality writing that my fellow Solute writer Grant Nebel ("wallflower") more than hit with his coverage of The Shield and True Detective (if you haven't read those pieces yet, do yourself a favor and consume them ASAP, they're masterful), but I do think I'll be able to lend some insightful two cents into the show with my thoughts and knowledge of the wonderful of Marvel Comics.
Jessica Jones debuts on Netflix November 20th, my coverage of it will likely begin a day later.