“I mean, I think this is true of every actor,” says Enos. “We’re always curious about our origin story. And of course this show is about Hanna, but if there’s any time in season three to talk about her origin story, I think it would be very interesting as the story moves towards where whatever their trajectory is. Erik’s trajectory, he gave up his life for Hanna and we got to see some of where he came from. And anyway, selfishly I would love to know what drives her.”
This would be a fascinating function of Season 3. Though we know some things about Marissa’s past—we know she was in training with Carmichael and that she was much more dedicated to the Utrax cause when Hanna was a baby—there are still so many questions about who this character is and where she came from.
As for Dermot Mulroney, whose character, Carmichael, is still alive at the end of Season 2, but under Marissa’s thumb, we asked Mulroney what he thinks Carmichael’s odds of surviving through a third season might be.
“I don’t know,” Mulroney says. “I’m so intrigued. I do know there’s a key line, so beautifully placed and written in its simplicity, I won’t get it exactly, but right at the end where Marissa says, ‘I’m in charge now.’ If nothing else, that determines for me that the tables will be turned for Carmichael, were season three to come. You know what I mean? If his story goes on, it will be 180 degrees different from where season two started. So it’s already massively intriguing for me to think. How does he do when he’s behind the eight ball instead of in front of the program?”
Hanna Season 2 is now available to watch in its entirety on Prime Video.
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