I'm not over super heroes, but then I am a huge nerd so it's to be expected.
I do like that Jessica Jones and Daredevil before have been trying to be more than just super hero shows - they're trying to be good drama with interesting stories and characters. The comic book element is just one part of it, not the whole focus.
Daredevil was a story about two people who love their city and how they want to change it to be better, but both coming from completely different angles. On one hand you had Matt Murdock trying to let the good of the city show by beating down the bad guys, and on the other you have Wilson Fisk trying to improve the city through money and power, even if that means mobs and gangs being used to his ends. They both want the best for the city and are willing to go to extreme lengths to make it happen, but their methods are very different. It meant you got complete characters, changing relationship dynamics and a bad guy that wasn't just a cartoon villain.
Jessica Jones is a rape allegory with a victim facing her past and her abuser and finding strength in who she is in order to get over the trauma she has gone through.
These aren't just the typical Marvel super hero origin story movies where you have fun but two dimensional characters throwing witty one liners as they learn about how to control their powers followed by a final act with CGI fighting and explosions. These are complete, dramatic stories with more complex and realistic characters that can make mistakes and face the consequences. I love the Marvel movies, but these two series almost feel like they're being made by a different company.