Hanna (2019– )
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A Way to Grieve 

Following Marissa's failed break-out attempt, Carmichael accuses her of being involved in both Sonia and Sawyer's deaths and locks her in a cell at The Meadows' Staff Headquarters. ... See full summary »

Director:

Ugla Hauksdóttir

Writers:

Nina Segal, David Farr (created for television by)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Esme Creed-Miles ... Hanna (as Esmé Creed-Miles)
Mireille Enos ... Marissa Wiegler
Dermot Mulroney ... John Carmichael
David Avery ... Stephen Mannion
Katie Clarkson-Hill ... Joanne McCoy
Áine Rose Daly ... Sandy Phillips
Henry Davis ... Guard 1
Ellen Evans ... Laura - Girl 261
Pia Hagen ... Charlie - Girl 228
Severine Howell-Meri ... Helen Young (as Sèverine Howell-Meri)
Mia Jenkins ... Danielle Marks
Gianna Kiehl ... Jules Allen
Joel Kinnaman ... Erik Heller
Joanna Kulig ... Johanna
Ria Lopez ... Nina - Girl 256
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Following Marissa's failed break-out attempt, Carmichael accuses her of being involved in both Sonia and Sawyer's deaths and locks her in a cell at The Meadows' Staff Headquarters. Meanwhile, the other trainees attempt to help Hanna settle into life as 'Mia', but Hanna struggles, feeling as though she is betraying her real mother - and Erik. Hanna proves her worth to the programme by leading her team to victory in a military training exercise, during which she notices Mannion watching her from the external perimeter. Who is he? Afterwards, Hanna refuses to celebrate her success and retires to her room. Terri, watching, believes that Hanna is yet to fully grieve for Erik and hatches a plan: she informs Sandy that her sister has died, in an attempt to get Hanna to empathise. Following a ceremonial burial in the woods, it appears that Terri's plan has worked. Terri seizes the moment and makes contact with Hanna, posing as her father. Hanna begins to grieve. Meanwhile in her cell, Marissa... Written by Amazon Studios

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Action | Drama

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British actor David Avery uses an American accent in his role as Stephen Mannion. See more »

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Anti-Lullaby
Performed by Karen O
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 July 2020 (USA) See more »

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