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Amazon Prime’s Hanna Will Premiere Its First Episode After the Super Bowl

Amazon Prime’s series Hanna may not be coming to the streaming service until March, but viewers will have a chance to view the first episode for 24 hours after the Superbowl on February 3rd. The series stars Joel Kinnaman as Erik, Mireille Enos as Marissa, and Esme Creed-Miles as Hanna. With new footage released, we can see the journey of Hanna and where it will take us, while giving off some serious X-23 vibes from Logan. As always, I’m happy to see Kinnaman and his character in action, but I was sad we didn’t get to see any of Enos’s
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New ‘Hanna’ Showcases Hanna on the Run

Hanna on Amazon Prime was one of our Top 10 things that we look forward to in 2019. Based off of the 2011 film under the same name, Hanna reunites The Killing stars Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos in this action-drama. The following clip showcases Hanna, a young girl who has been not only missing for 15 years, but who has been trained to fight. Joel Kinnaman plays her father Erik and Enos plays a relentless CIA agent attempting to track her down. Trained to kill. Engineered to survive at all costs. Meet Hanna this March on Amazon @PrimeVideo. #HannaTV
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Amazon Video Releases First Trailer for Upcoming Series ‘Hanna’

Hanna was originally a 2011 action-adventure movie about a character named Hanna, who was trained by her father, who is an ex-CIA agent. In the movie, and the upcoming Amazon TV series; Hanna will have to evade a relentless CIA agent attempting to track her down. Esme Creed-Miles will play the title character, as Joel Kinnaman will play her father Erik and Mireille Enos will play the agent Marissa. The Killing fans should be happy to see Kinnaman and Enos together again, though; not as partners as they once were in the previous series. They grow up so fast… pic.twitter.com/7pRUjhuGum
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Amazon’s ‘Hanna’ Has Just Finished Filming

If you’re a fan of the crime drama The Killing, like me; you’re not too happy that Netflix decided to recently take the series off their streaming services. This included the fourth season, which was actually a Netflix original. For what reason, we don’t know, but the world has suddenly become grim now that we can’t just switch on Netflix to binge-watch The Killing for the countless time. For those wanting to see Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos together again on screen, fret not. Kinnaman and Enos have been working recently on Amazon’s newest project, Hanna. Hanna is based on the
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