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Following Gelder’s murder, Carmichael arrives in Barcelona whilst Hanna, Clara and Kat hide in a hillside villa. Hanna returns to the hotel and recovers Gelder’s target list, helped out by Marissa, who follows Carmichael to the villa and blackmails him into bringing his fellow Utrax leaders to justice. Hanna allows Clara to reunite with her mother before returning to Marissa to help destroy Utrax.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Hanna from 653 votes.
When Erik reveals to Hanna the truth about Utrax, she is determined to take action. Marissa attempts to find out from Sawyer what has really been going on at the facility.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Hanna from 1188 votes.
Hanna arrives in Barcelona, intent on saving Gelder and persuading Clara to leave Utrax. Hanna tells Clara the name and whereabouts of her mother, leaving her conflicted. Sandy has earnt Gelder’s daughter Kat’s trust and is furious when Clara backs out of killing them. She kills Gelder whilst Hanna and Clara escape with Kat. Marissa is tasked with finding Hanna by Mannion’s colleague, Grant.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Hanna from 636 votes.
Realising that Hanna will no longer accept anything but the full truth, Erik takes her back to Romania so she can learn more about her past. Marissa begins to sense that Sawyer has not been telling her the full truth about Utrax.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Hanna from 1154 votes.
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 - whilst Sandy and Clara fly to Barcelona to recover the evidence. Hanna attempts to back out and joins forces with Mannion in an attempt to save Nicola’s life, but Jules and Leo are one step ahead. The consequences are disastrous.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Hanna from 650 votes.
Hanna and Erik are reunited in Berlin, where they hide out with his old army friends and she learns more about her father's past. However, Hanna continues to long for the normal life she glimpsed with Sophie and becomes increasingly frustrated at the restrictions her own father imposes on her. Sensing Marissa is closing in on them, Erik and his friends begin to prepare for an attack.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Hanna from 1414 votes.
Sophie and Hanna's relationship begins to turn sour over their shared interest in Anton. In the fallout from this argument, Marissa arrives at Sophie's house pretending to be Hanna's mother. Hanna finds herself torn between endangering Sophie and her family, or giving up her own freedom and going with Marissa. Erik is brutally interrogated by Sawyer and his men.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Hanna from 1189 votes.
Marissa joins Hanna at The Meadows, assuring her that she is on her side by arranging an escape plan for that evening. Hanna convinces Clara to join them, but the familial community of The Meadows proves too comforting for her, and she betrays Hanna, putting the power back in Carmichael’s hands. Meanwhile, CIA operative Mannion finds The Meadows, but there is no sign of Hanna or Marissa…
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Hanna from 686 votes.
As Hanna hides Clara in the vast forests of Northern Romania, the remaining trainees are transferred to an educational facility called The Meadows, where they are assigned new identities. Marissa sets about finding Clara by posing as her mother online, luring her to a hotel in Bucharest, where she is ambushed and captured by Utrax. Hanna follows and is reunited with Marissa.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Hanna from 790 votes.
Hanna returns to Passway and follows Dumont and the drugs out of the city, aware that they will lead her to The Meadows. Marissa discovers that Sonia is in Belgium and reaches Hanna just in time, killing Sonia in the process. Hanna arrives at The Meadows, ready to save Clara, but is shocked to discover that Terri’s plans to get through to Clara have worked, and she appears to have settled in.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Hanna from 718 votes.
Following her capture by Marissa's men, Hanna must fight to escape from the Moroccan CIA facility and join Erik in Berlin. Along the way, she meets Sophie, a British teenager on holiday with her family, who gives Hanna her first proper taste of the real world and the thrill of adolescence. Despite this glimpse at normality, the threat of Marissa and her operatives is never far behind.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Hanna from 1542 votes.
Marissa is imprisoned in The Meadows whilst Hanna is encouraged to embrace her new identity as Mia Wolff. But doing so requires grieving for Erik, which Terri helps accelerate. Marissa escapes and convinces Hanna to leave, only for Clara to get in their way. Clara shoots Marissa and tells Carmichael that Hanna did it to stop Marissa from kidnapping her. Hanna is accepted back into The Meadows.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Hanna from 679 votes.
Marissa and Hanna return to Paris, whilst Clara is introduced into the fold at The Meadows - but her rebellious nature causes problems, and Terri is tasked with persuading her to rejoin the programme. Pursuing Carla, Hanna finds the pharmaceutical company behind the Utrax medical implants and takes part in a drug trial, where she discovers that the drugs are bound for the trainees at The Meadows.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Hanna from 728 votes.
In a covert Romanian facility, Erik Heller evades security to rescue baby Hanna. 15 years on, father and daughter live deep in the Polish forest. Erik has trained Hanna to be an incredible killer and hunter. Yet, keen to grow beyond the boundaries of her isolated world, she begins to venture away from home. This attracts the attention of CIA agent Marissa Wiegler, who has hunted Hanna since birth.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Hanna from 1867 votes.
Erik is holding Marissa prisoner, trying to negotiate a deal to get him and Hanna safely out of Berlin. Hanna hides out with Dieter and his family. Desperate to know more about what her father is up to, Hanna discovers a huge secret in her own past. As an escape plan begins to form, Marissa attempts to make her own.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Hanna from 1331 votes.
Still reeling from her revelations about Erik, Hanna hides out in suburban London with Sophie, who is keeping her new friend secret from her parents. Sophie persuades Hanna to attend a school party where Hanna experiences the thrill of a teenage crush for the first time. Erik's friends desperately try to save him from the life-threatening injuries he sustained fleeing capture.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Hanna from 1251 votes.
Last updated: mar 07, 2021
The series is much, much better than the 2011 movie by the same name AND you don't have to suffer the incessant whistling.
Thrilling Action Adventure Drama. What drew me to this series was the casting of Mireille Enos of whom I've been a fan since THE KILLING and she does not disappoint. All three leads bring excellent performances with emotional depth. Esme Creed-Miles was a newcomer for me but, as the anchor of the show, she was magnificent. There is a real tenderness to the story (with incidental wit) that equally balance the action adventure. This is shot in beautiful European locations. It was a solid 9 (superb) out of 10 for me from the very beginning. I fully look forward to more seasons and I am going to track down and watch the movie by the same title with Saoirse Ronan. [Action Adventure Drama]
Season 1 is really good. 2nd season adds nothing, skip it.
Loved Season 1, probably because it was so closely based on the hit film. However, season 2 didn’t live up to the previous season. I still enjoyed it, but the decline is enough to drop my rating by a couple of stars. Hopefully, season 3 will improve. Can’t fault the main actress who plays Hanna, she’s an excellent fit for the show and does as well as the original actress in the film.
I'm immensely disappointed. Hardly anything of relevance happened, **in eight episodes.** The majority of it, mostly everything in-between the first two episodes and the last two episodes, was filled with pointless crap having to do with a dysfunctional family and their nonsense, and dumb teen romance. And as if that wasn't enough, it was dragged out and out, for FAR too long. The pacing was horseshit. The plot, whatever it was, barely moved forward in its (the show) entirety. This was basically one long, needlessly dragged out, waste of time. Thank God I haven't watched the movie (yet), so I can always go and watch that for the first time to forget about this monstrosity. I have no doubt it'll be a million times better, at the **very least.** Now I'm starting to understand why I simply forgot about this show, forgot to continue watching it (until now), after watching the premiere when it was released early, earlier this year. I must've subconsciously known how utterly bland it was. At least it's out of the way now. I'll still watch the second season once it is released, but I'll have that hypothetical "bad taste" in my mouth from the first season. And I also hope it'll be significantly improved, although I won't hold my breath.
Overall, I like it. The actors were great, the scenery gorgeous. There was , however, some missteps. Certain scenes were too long. Inconsistencies in the story. I would have like if they had focus on the adaptation of someone who was raised in a forest and had to adapt to modern life. In the show, there isn't really clashes of the two worlds. Hanna is directly too comfortable around modern things. The cause can be the fact they stretched a 2 hour movies in a multiple episodes season. There isn't enough content.
I've seen bits and pieces of the movie but haven't got around to watching it. I'm sure the movie is WAY better but I'll still give this show a shot.
The spy drama is like a see-saw, where the advantage shifts from one side or the other, but there is no real sense of struggle when the balance shifts, and no sense that the victories are earned. Each complex challenge has an easy solution. As for the personal drama, Hanna herself is also not a particularly compelling main character. I would have expected a greater sense of excitement (whether wonder or fear) when the girl who grew up in the wilderness finally rode her first vehicle, or saw her first TV or listened to her first mp3, but she mostly takes it all in stride. Hell, even as awkward as she is, she's still far too comfortable around other people given her extreme lack of interpersonal experience. There isn't a sense of how deeply this incredible background should have shaped her or the difficulty she should be facing in overcoming it.
Amazon KILLED it once again. Phenomenal season.
This is like Captain America's Operation Rebirth meets Black Widow's Red Room program.
Don’t know about you, but since the lockdown, I have had more free time than ever. Maybe it’s because we did not actually realize how much time we were wasting. So the other day, whilst I was pouring myself a glass of wine, I remembered how much I love and missed genre “Fantasy”. It was my favorite genre since growing up, maybe because I was too much into Avatar, but yeah I miss it. So today let’s talk about best fantasy TV shows.
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
I am Sophie and this is my website.
A little about me 👋 I am a marketing student in Paris. I love spending afternoons with friends in a cafe or a park.
But more than anything else, I love watching (.. binging…) series on my computer on rainy Sundays or any sunny day for that matter 🙈
I must have watched hundreds of shows by now, from romance to science-fiction series. Often I like to go back to a show I enjoyed. But I don’t feel like watching it all over again…
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