The tech and retail giant launched its third season on July 3, less than two weeks after the first. Like other streaming platforms, Amazon would not release visual data for the series, but the company said the show was worldwide in the first week.
Writer and executive David Farr said, “I’m very happy to be able to give Hannah a third time.” As we began this journey, I discovered in my mind a play about Hannah’s past life, and she would answer it in a whole new way. To continue that vision, I am deeply grateful for the continued commitment and great talent of S. Crane Mile and Miley Henos Hanna and Marissa for new and unclaimed land. It will be a fun third party.
The series is based on the 2011 film from NBC Universal International Studios, Job Title TV and Amazon Studios. As Hanna, a talented young woman is seen as a star who pursues a sinful government agency and tries to defy the truth against her.
The stars are Henos, Yaminmin Mon, Prince Dermo Mulroney, Anton Wells, Zeen Rose Daly and Xianna Keyes.
What now? ???? Find out when #HannaTV returns for Season 3. pic.twitter.com/rgdVcuB7yq
— Hanna (@HannaOnPrime) July 13, 2020
“David continues to create characters from a high-profile, action-packed series you’ll never see when you arrive,” said David Sanderson, head of Amazon Studios. We are thrilled to bring our premiere video clients worldwide with NBCUniversal during another exciting season.
Fur executive Hanna with NBC International Tom Conn, Marty Adultstein, Becky Kleins and Scott Names. The sequel to the fifth major video is part of a series of tales of Jack Rhine, Bosch, Homecoming, Men, Carnival Rows, Hunters and Lope.