It's time to go out into the world. No, I'm not talking about this past weekend at New York Comic Con, but I kind of am. The first comic convention of it's size since the pandemic seems to have been a success. While there wasn't a ton of news that dropped, what we did learn was big. One of the first shells to drop was from Amazon Studios. Season 3 of Hanna, with everyone's new favorite assassin (played by Esmé Creed-Miles), will be coming to Prime Video on November 24th.
We even got an unexpected teaser trailer:
So the girls are finally striking out on their own, at least in part. There's definitely more to the story, and some new faces as well. Ray Liotta joins the cast as Gordon Evans, who is a "respected former military man and intelligence operative who wields incredible insider power." Clearly we'll have to keep an eye on him, because when have we not had to do that for a character played by Ray Liotta, honestly?
As far as Season 3 goes, here's what Amazon has shared so far: "Season Three of Hanna continues the journey of an extraordinary young woman, played by Esmé Creed-Miles, who was created by the sinister organization Utrax and trained to be an assassin. Hanna (Creed-Miles) is now secretly trying to destroy Utrax from the inside and free herself from its grasp with the help of her previous nemesis, former-CIA agent Marissa Wiegler (Mireille Enos). Together they have coerced high-ranking Utrax agent John Carmichael (Dermot Mulroney) into aiding their mission, but her fellow young assassins, Sandy (Áine Rose Daly) and Jules (Gianna Kiehl), and new foes are starting to suspect Hanna’s plot. As Hanna moves closer to her goal, she begins to uncover not only a world-changing agenda but the true power behind Utrax that stands between her and freedom."
Could this be the season where Hanna finally breaks free for keeps? Will there be any new surprise additions to her secret mission? I could go on and on, but we still have a little over a month to think about it. Keep checking back for updates, a full trailer and more.
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