Season 3 of Hanna finally wraps up the original plot in a wonderful conclusion. Here’s to Amazon keeping it that way.
To be honest, I salute the producers of Hanna. There easily could have been more seasons of this show, but by wrapping it up on a high note, everyone involved has a complete tale that accomplishes the rare feat of being better than the original. What is immediately noticeable in this season is the growth of Esme Creed-Miles as Hanna.
In the first season, she was a sheltered yet skilled girl who was learning how the world worked. Now, Creed-Miles portrays her as a confident woman who has grown into her abilities but still has some reservations as to her place in the grand scheme of things.
There is also an increased role for Mireille Enos as Marissa. Yes, I wasn’t a fan of Marissa in the first two seasons, but Enos brought her massive talents to the show with a far more layered character compared to Cate Blanchett’s take on the role. Plus, it helps that her character goes through the most intense trials she has endured over the course of this series. In addition, it is also worth noting that this season highlights an interesting chemistry between Creed-Miles and Enos that would make them worthy screen partners in any projects after the conclusion of this show.
Should you watch it?
Not perfect, but Season 3 of Hanna is one of the best series conclusions I’ve seen. It’s even better than the movie it’s remaking.
Where can I watch it?
You can stream all seasons of Hanna exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.