"Hanna" is an American action drama streaming television series directed by Sarah Adina Smith and David Farr.
The starring cast includes Esme Creed-Miles as Hanna, Mireille Enos as Marissa Wiegler, Joel Kinnaman as Erik Heller, Noah Taylor as Dr. Roland Kunek, Dermot Mulroney as John Carmichael, Khalid Abdalla as Jerome Sawyer, Justin Salinger as Carl Meisner, Anthony Welsh as Leo Garner, Cherrelle Skeete as Terri Miller, Andy Nyman as Jacobs and others.

Here are "Hanna" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Hanna TV series?

Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 released the trailer for "Hanna" you can watch here:
HANNA Season 3 - Official Trailer | Prime Video.

Plot summary

What is Hanna TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Hanna" TV series plot summary.

Hanna (Esme Creed-Miles) is a 15-year-old girl living with Erik (Joel Kinnaman), the only man she has ever known as her father, in a remote part of a forest in Poland. Erik once recruited pregnant women into a CIA program, code name UTRAX, where the children's DNA was enhanced in order to create super-soldiers. When Erik falls in love with Johanna, Hanna's mother, he rescues baby Hanna and they flee. The CIA then orders their on-site agent, Marissa (Mireille Enos), to shut down the project and eliminate all the babies.

Cast

Who plays who in the Hanna TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Hanna" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Esme Creed-Miles  as Hanna
Mireille Enos  as Marissa Wiegler the CIA operative put in charge of the original UTRAX program
Joel Kinnaman  as Erik Heller (season 1), a former CIA operative
Noah Taylor  as Dr. Roland Kunek (season 1), a scientist
Dermot Mulroney  as John Carmichael (season 2), the CIA operative at the helm of both UTRAX programs
Khalid Abdalla  as Jerome Sawyer
Justin Salinger  as Carl Meisner
Anthony Welsh  as Leo Garner (season 2), a supervisor at The Meadows
Cherrelle Skeete  as Terri Miller (season 2), a new transfer
Andy Nyman  as Jacobs
Rhianne Barreto  as Sophie (season 1), Hanna's new friend whose family Hanna meets in Morocco
Katharina Heyer  as Elsa (season 1)
Stefan Rudolf  as Rudi (season 1)
Yasmin Monet Prince  as Girl 249 / Clara Mahan a trainee at the UTRAX facility
Benno Fürmann  as Dieter
Joanna Kulig  as Johanna Petrescu (season 1), Hanna's mother
Áine Rose Daly  as Girl 242 / Sandy Phillips a trainee at the UTRAX facility
Gianna Kiehl  as Jules Allen (season 2), a trainee at the Meadows facility whom Sandy befriends
Peter Ferdinando  as Lucas (season 1)
Lyndsey Marshal  as Rachel (season 1), Sophie's mother
Varada Sethu  as CIA Analyst McArthur
Phaldut Sharma  as Tom (season 1), Sophie's father
Emma D'Arcy  as Sonia Richter (season 2), a new addition to Marissa's Paris office, but she as actually working for Carmichael
Andrea Deck  as Carlsson
Michelle Duncan  as False Marissa
Ursula Werner  as Sara Heller (season 1), Erik Heller's mother
Narges Rashidi  as Sima (season 1), Dieter's wife
Katie Clarkson Hill  as Joanne McCoy (season 2), a CIA officer
Ellen Evans  as Laura - Girl 261
Pia Hagen  as Charlie - Girl 228
Sèverine Howell-Meri  as Helen Young
Mia Jenkins  as Danielle Marks
Ria Lopez  as Nina - Girl 256
Clea Martin  as Jessie - Girl 233
Félicien Juttner  as Olivier
Giles Norris-Tari  as Benoit
Taylor Napier  as Chuck
Gabriel Akuwudike  as Max Kaplan
Kemaal Deen-Ellis  as Jay
David Avery  as Stephen Mannion
Mark Bazeley  as Robert Gelder
Ike Bennett  as Ray
Leonard Rosik  as Armin
Leo Farahwaschy  as Bijan
Antonio Magro  as Larry Robins
Sam C. Wilson  as Costigan
Angela Sari  as Kat Gelder
Claudia Trujillo  as Teresa
Trent Garrett  as Taylor
Vikash Bhai  as Dev
Amira El Sayed  as Anne
Guy Roberts  as Brody
Daniela Hirsh  as Waitress
Wiebke Frost  as Lena Behr
Natasha Atherton  as Kim
Óscar Casas  as Juan
Anna Comet  as Metropole Receptionist
Henry Davis  as Guard 1
Caitlin Innes Edwards  as Grant
Jasmine Breinburg  as Girl 217
Dorothy Atkinson  as Therapist
Ziad Jallad  as Hafeez
Gamba Cole  as Anton
Eduardo Lloveras  as Bernat
Leo Flanagan  as Dan
Antoine Mathieu  as Louis Dumont
Osi Okerafor  as Utrax Security Officer Jones
Maria Pau Pigem  as Spanish Landlady
Károly Mészáros  as Dieter's Truck Driver
Ross O'Hennessy  as Camp G Guard 2
Clarisse Normand  as Monica Gastner
Bruno Oro  as Lecturer
Gemma Wallace  as Sadie - Trainee 219
Victor Dohlsten  as Ryder
Camille Moutawakil  as Aurore
Claudia Toth  as Morgue Attendant
Victor Ade  as Guard 3
Luis Angulo  as Guy in Opium 2
Marius Bizau  as Hotel Receptionist
Antoine Blanquefort  as Belgian Police Officer
Noof Ousellam  as Agent Turner
Peter Sótonyi  as Kid at Quarry
Alex Bhat  as Utrax Employee
Jamal Valentin Larry  as Kid at Quarry
Matthias Peikert  as Policeman in Bar
Yasmin Mwanza  as CIA Female Guard
Aleksandr Gorchilin  as Arvo
Ulli Ackermann  as Franz
Issah Jacob Larry  as Kid at Quarry
Beatrice Engel  as Romanian Mother
Ernesto Collado  as Raol González
Russ Bain  as CIA Officer Sanchez
Béla Gabor Lenz  as Dealer
Zoltán Vandor Toth  as Satellite Security Man
Viet Hung Vu  as Kid at Quarry
Georgia Goodman  as Suited Woman at Trial
Tom Mothersdale  as Head of Ops
Leonie Parusel  as Newscaster
Zsombor Burger  as Kid at Quarry
Alvar Goetze  as German Boy
Belén Fabra  as Marta Ferrán
Noham Hedjem  as Felix
Gyula Benedek  as Romanian Truck Driver
Steve Howard  as Utrax Officer 1
Gary Finan  as US Military Officer
Daniel Teleky Toth  as CIA Monitor
Laura Martuscelli  as Tutor
Alexandra Szucs  as CIA Officer
Klara Low  as Military Doctor 1
Sándor Bencze  as Romanian Police
Raphael Fülöp  as Policeman One
Valene Kane  as Nicola Gough
Pedro Leandro  as Jamal
Tasiana Mevong  as Samira Elouassi
Lukas Johne  as Policeman Two
Timothy Knightley  as Examining Officer
Mia Moon  as Tour Party Leader
Anna Devlin  as Gina
Benjamin Stoll  as Army Patrol One
Stephen Lee  as Camp G Guard
Michael Epp  as Military Attache
Reece Lyons  as Pearl
Victor Rebull  as Guy in Opium 1
Simon Cotton  as CIA Officer Carter
Adrián Lòpez  as Port Security Officer
Adesuwa Oni  as Guard 4
Clara Segura  as Alba Paredes
Faisal Mohammed  as Utrax Driver
Derek Horsham  as Sawyer's Agent
Karen Gagnon  as Utrax Nurse
Theresa Sophie Albert  as Hotel Concierge
Botond Csillag  as German Check-In
Paddy Rowan  as Young Guard
Gary Anthony Stennette  as Utrax Man
James Backway  as Waiter
Kristen Alminta  as Utrax Guard
Cosmina Salomia  as Romanian Girl
Laila Mnii  as Trial Admin Assistant 2
Archie Renaux  as Feliciano
Ágnes Krasznahorkai  as Dieter's Neighbour
Skandar Amini  as Kurdish Boy
Hannah Boyde  as Family Mother
Gabi Ferencz  as Hotel Receptionist
Ellie Piercy  as Bethany McGovern
Mariona Tena  as Admin Woman
Jérôme Soufflet  as Alain
Wayne Brett  as Doorman
Gertrude Thoma  as German Hostel Receptionist
Péter Fancsikai  as Concierge
Juri Padel  as Barman
Loretta Massé  as Family Kid
Nico Pimparé  as Trial Admin Assistant 1
Aleksandar Mikic  as Emil Prodna
Heather Coombs  as Speaker
Alex Frost  as Immigration Officer
Martin Stange  as Policeman at Hotel
Lucy Aarden  as Assistant
Cristina Catalina  as Maria Prodna
Colin Stinton  as Tom Kaladski
Martin Bergmann  as Policeman in Van
Sonnyboy Skelton  as Kid at Conference
Audry Marodi  as Emil's Child
Aimee Barrett  as Hotel Staff
Roland Csikkel  as Emil's Child
Leander Vyvey  as Vandervelde
Declan Hannigan  as Hotel Staff Two
Jill Winternitz  as Rachel
Julie Weber  as German Woman
Richard Price  as Shop Assistant
Ray Liotta  as Gordon Evans
Jim High  as Hans
Claudia Graf  as Orderly
Sammy Broly  as Jacques
Jiri Vales  as Bar Owner

Filming

What are Hanna filming details?

"Hanna" series are produced by NBCUniversal International Studios, Working Title Films, Tomorrow Studios, Working Title Television, Focus Features and Amazon Studios.

The average duration of each episode is 47 - 55 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Hanna TV series?

"Hanna" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 67/100.

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