After the big success of season 1 of action drama series Hanna, now the second season is on the way. In 2019, the series debuted on Amazon Prime Video and became a hit series as it received appreciation from the critics and audiences for the performances of stars, direction and story. David Farr created, and Sarah Adina Smith directed the series.
Here’s what everyone can expect from season 2 of Hanna:
What Did Will Happen In Hanna Season 2?
Previously in the first season of Hanna, we saw the story of a 15-year-old girl called Hanna, who is extraordinary and lived with her father, Erik. Her father earlier involved in a CIA program in which he appointed pregnant women for developing super-soldiers from the DNA of children.
But later Erik started loving Johanna, Hanna’s mom, and he escaped with baby Hanna. Then the CIA ordered Marissa to eliminate all the babies. After that, Erik and Hanna appear to the attention of Marissa, who agrees to hunt them down.
Now the second season will continue after the incidents of the first season, and all the mysteries will clear. We can assume that in the second season that we will see more about Hanna’s sisters and their course as trainees within the program. Fans also want to see the more scenes of the character Marissa. A new villain is also added in the second season named John Carmichael that is played by star Dermot Mulroney.
Is There Any Trailer For Hanna Season 2?
The full-length trailer is not dropped till now, but you can watch the teaser for it which is recently released by Amazon:
Other Details Regarding Hanna Season 2
The production of the second season is already completed, and it is set to release now. Hanna season 2 is slated to land on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, July 3, 2020.
From the first season, these actors will appear in the upcoming season: Esme Creed-Miles as Hanna, Mireille Enos as Marissa, Yasmin Monet Prince as trainee 249, and Sophie as Rhianne Barreto. New cast members are also appointed for the second season; it includes Anthony Welsh, Dermot Mulroney, Severine Howell-Meri, and Cherelle Skeete.