Amazon Studios has announced that one of its original series, Hanna, has been renewed for a third season on its streaming service Amazon Prime Video, according to Deadline. The show was created for television by David Farr (The Night Manager) and premiered on the Amazon streaming platform in 2019. In total, the drama program has amassed sixteen episodes over two seasons with the second season premiering on July 3 of 2020. The series is executive produced by the likes of Tim Bevan (Fargo, Frost/Nixon), Marty Adelstein (Teen Wolf, Prison Break), JoAnn Alfano (30 Rock, The Council), Tom Coan (The Capture), Andrew Woodhead (Spooks), Farr, and many more.
Hanna is based upon the 2011 film under the same name and was directed by Joe Wright (Atonement) with Farr’s script. The Amazon original series centers on the titular character who is a fifteen-year-old girl who has enhanced DNA due to a CIA operation that was to build homegrown super soldiers. Hanna is portrayed by Esme Creed-Miles (Dark River) while her father Erik is played by Joel Kinnaman (House of Cards, Suicide Squad). Additional cast includes the likes of Mireille Enos (The Killing, World War Z) as CIA’s Marissa Wiegler, Noah Taylor (Game of Thrones, Preacher, Peaky Blinders) as Dr. Roland Kunek, and Dermot Mulroney (The Purge, Shameless) as CIA’s John Carmichael.
Currently, the show is available to stream in its entirety on Amazon Prime Video. For the newly announced third season, Farr will remain on the show as an executive producer and writer. According to Deadline, NBCUniversal International Studios President stated that “Thanks to David Farr, Tom Coan, and the wonderful cast and crew of Hanna for delivering two smashing seasons, and to Amazon for being the best partner anyone could hope for. Strap in for Season 3.” In the meantime, interested television fans can check out the season two trailer below: