The cast of Amazon Original series Hanna are already teasing fans with a third season, but have admitted that at the moment it is all in creator David Farr’s hands.
The second season debuts on Amazon Prime today (3 July) and is based on Joe Wright’s critically acclaimed 2011 film of the same name, and will see the titular character (Esme Creed-Miles) continue her escape from the CIA agents who created her as a human weapon.
Now with all episodes of season two available to stream, Creed-Miles and Mulroney tell Yahoo what viewers could expect should a follow up season ever happen.
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Creed-Miles said: “I really hope there is a third season and I think that's really in David's hands. I mean, he is so imaginative and I really look forward to the surprise of finding out where he plans to take the characters.”
Mulroney, who teased his character’s demise in Season two, took things a step further by predicting John’s fate could be controlled by Marissa.
He said: “I’m so interested to see how [John] Carmichael, who now is – right at the end of season two – is no longer holding the cards.
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“I can make the leap that he would stay on the job only because that's where he would be the most useful to Marissa Wiegler, and now to watch him be a part of her designs instead of watching her trying to knock mine downs.”
He added: “[It is a] completely different place to start this story if it goes on from here.”
In the first season, fans last saw Hanna burying her dad Erik Heller (Joel Kinnaman) after freeing Clara (Yasmin Monet Prince) from the grasp of government agency Utrax.
Hanna spent the first 15 years of her life on the run from CIA agent Marissa Weigler (Mireille Enos) who has now made a U-turn and wants to save Hanna from her former mentor John Carmicheal played by the show’s newcomer Dermot Mulroney.
Hanna season two premieres Friday, 3 July on exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.