Melissa Rosenberg

showrunner, 'Jessica Jones'

Guest

Film and television writer (Dexter, The OC, Twilight films, Jessica Jones)

Melissa Rosenberg on KCRW

Jessica Jones showrunner Melissa Rosenberg is no stranger to big projects with passionate fan bases.

Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg on Justice in 'Jessica Jones'

Jessica Jones showrunner Melissa Rosenberg is no stranger to big projects with passionate fan bases.

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