Why is Hanna being canceled after season three?
HANNA’s third season was just released on Amazon Prime Video, but why is the show ending after season three?
Fans of Hanna are presently binge-watching the series’ third and final season on Amazon Prime Video. The thriller was a sensation when it initially premiered in 2019. While some fans had hoped for more, the sci-fi series’ third season is unfortunately the final installment.
Hanna was created as a remake of the 2011 film of the same name when it premiered its first season.
The program, on the other hand, swiftly expanded on the principles provided in the film, providing viewers with a far larger story than before.
Despite its breadth, the show’s run was limited, as it only lasted three seasons.
This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to viewers, given the showrunners had always planned to stop the series after season three.
The showrunner, David Farr, who also wrote the original film, recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly about the series’ impending demise.
“If you look back to when I was talking about the second season, I mentioned how it needed ‘the third act,'” Farr explained.
I’m originally from the theatre, so I always have a full act structure in my head for how a drama would play out.
“And I felt like there was this very clear arc in this situation.”
Amazon Prime has just published the full third season on the day of its launch, which is a first for the streaming service.
The service usually releases new episodes every week, but given that this is the show’s final season, it’s probable that this will be the case.
Hanna follows the adventures of a young girl with the same name (Esme Creed-Miles), a woman with extraordinary abilities.
Utrax, a clandestine organization, developed her from infancy and trained her to be one of the world’s best killers.
Hanna’s quest to destroy Utraz is reaching its conclusion in the third season.
Working from within the organization, she tries to bring it down from the inside while confronting her adversary, Marissa Wiegler (Mireille Enos).
Ray Liotta, the star of Goodfellas and the current The Sopranos prequel film The, joined the ensemble for the final season as a surprise to fans.