Hanna: Season 2 (2020)

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Season 2
Hanna

Critics Consensus

Stronger action and better balance help Hanna's second season slip into a deadly, diverting groove.

93%

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Critic Ratings: 15

77%

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User Ratings: 231

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Air date: Jul 3, 2020

Hanna tries to rescue Clara from Ultrax's clutches, with help from conflicted CIA agent Marissa Wiegler, who is starting to see in the daughter she never had in Hanna.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2020

The situation is tense as Marissa returns to Paris with Hanna certain that they are being tailed; Marissa gives Hanna a dramatic makeover, then arranges for her to begin a new life with an old teacher in Canada; Clara's implant is replaced.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2020

Marissa agrees to help rescue Clara from The Meadows and provide her with a passport so that she can join Hanna in Canada; Hanna returns to Passway, find's Dumont's car and then follows him as he takes off in a stolen vehicle.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2020

The morning after being beaten, Marissa wakes up to a call from Carmichael informing her that Hanna is at The Meadows; while en route, Marissa crashes her car on purpose as a way of explaining her bruises.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2020

After Marissa's breakout attempt fails, Carmichael accuses her of involvement in Sonia and Sawyer's deaths and locks her in a cell at The Meadows; other trainees try to help struggling Hanna adjust to life as "Mia."

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Air date: Jul 3, 2020

Hanna and Jules are sent on their first mission -- to kill a journalist in London planning to meet with a military lawyer intent on exposing Utrax's secrets.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2020

In the wake of Mannion and Nicola's deaths, Hanna hides at Heathrow Airport and changes her appearance before flying to Barcelona; an Ultrax agent hands Clara a gun and commands her to kill Gelder to retrieve the target list.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2020

Hanna, Clara and Kat trick their way into a villa in the hills of Barcelona and tie up the housekeeper; Carmichael arrives at Gelder's hotel while Marissa and Grant reach the harbor.

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Cast & Crew

Esme Creed-Miles
Hanna

Actor
Mireille Enos
Marissa

Actor
Joel Kinnaman
Erik

Actor
Joanna Kulig
Johanna

Actor
Khalid Abdalla
Sawyer

Actor
Dermot Mulroney
John Carmichael

Actor
Anthony Welsh
Leo Garner

Actor
Cherrelle Skeete
Terri Miller

Actor
Gianna Kiehl
Jules

Actor
Áine Rose Daly
Sandy Phillips

Actor
David Farr
Executive Producer
Tom Coan
Executive Producer
Jo Ann Alfano
Executive Producer
Andrew Woodhead
Executive Producer
Tim Bevan
Executive Producer
Eric Fellner
Executive Producer
Marty Adelstein
Executive Producer
Becky Clements
Executive Producer
Scott Nemes
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Audience Reviews for Hanna: Season 2

  • Nov 15, 2021
    Seasons 1-2. Based on the 2011 movie. I enjoyed it. It had a reasonable storyline and was well produced. The young actress in the starring role does a good job. I'll continue to watch subsequent seasons.
  • Sep 18, 2021
    Season 2 is even better than a very good season 1. It's more grown up, and Hannah's world has expanded. I sometimes thought the bad guys are portrayed as too powerful and too well connected into everything, but it did make for a lot of taut situations and close calls.
  • Aug 09, 2021
    excellent series, with very good plot
  • Jun 28, 2021
    It's a great TV show with some lovely acting from Esme. She is capable of showing the sadness and loneliness whilst also being lethal when required. Season two seems to be much more high concept and slick, much more engaging than the first season I feel.
  • Jan 31, 2021
    series one was kinda like borne identity- close and personal drama on young girl trained by her father to be solider seson 2 shifts narrative to teen drama with young girls with strong leftist agenda... provided that there is nothing bad with teen drama with young girls and leftist agenda- the shift in one series is grotesque and without any sense... regardless of that amazon should get a price for the most stupid character for invention of sandy (spy in training that can't differencint her fake backstorry with her own history 😒)
  • Nov 14, 2020
    The show is quite tense, but man the plot is some lazy writing. Lots of missed potential...
  • Oct 24, 2020
    Loved the twist and turns, and the new characters. Can't wait to see where this will head going into season 3
  • Aug 26, 2020
    It just grinds down. The whole X-men academy for gifted girls bit is drags out and it's pretty far fetched to begin with. I think they really tried to make it work- each character does consistently follow pretty predictable patterns - the lesbian, the an unassuming Indian sidekick, a holier than thou Midwest chick turns fanatical killer for the love of a fake family? But it actually gets weakened by Hanna. There's just no way she could buy into it. They have her mope around indecisively for half a dozen episodes under the burden of some new internal conflict doing stuff that is frustrating and completely out of character but it's weak. Anyhow, picks up towards the end. The action is good although there's much less of it. I miss Eric, such a strong character but they filled the gap with Marissa who I like very very much. It has some good points and obviously if you watch the series you should watch it... but I cursed at the screen a few times. 2-3 stars.
  • Aug 18, 2020
    What started as a genuinely fresh and engaging thriller (Season 1), manged to spin out of control in Season 2, only to just barely redeem itself somewhat in the last two episodes. The whole "made up families" thing was -frankly- embarrassing to watch. At times I thought I was viewing some skewed alternate-universe Nicolodean for recovering semi-grownups. I can't recall which episode now (5? 6?) where Clara finally buys into the whole "fake family" deal ... and then, surprisingly, even Hannah starts to succumb (well, sort of). At times it was only my admiration for Mireille Enos (and the recollection of the wonderful Joel Kinnaman's S01 performance) that kept me chugging through those late middle episodes. (I do tip my hat to Esme Creed-Miles, and look forward to seeing more of her acting prowess). I can't do more than 3.5 stars for this and still be able to look at myself in the mirror each morning. And that's for the actors. Having said all this, the show did seem pick up a bit at the end. I hope they are able to do a third season, and I hope I don't need to bust out my single-malt in order to be able to get through it next year, Covid-willing and if the crik don't rise, of course.
  • Aug 18, 2020
    Borderline boring. Way too much yap.

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