In fact, the upcoming new season, which premieres on Nov. 24, will pick up where season two left off, with Hanna determined to take down the government institution that made her who she is.
Though Hanna’s journey started off in her teen years, Farr noted that season three will showcase the leading lady’s transition into adulthood. “You’ve got the upbringing of the child Hanna, then you’ve got the adolescent Hanna, and then act three is the end of her journey,” he said. “And each of those parts of the journey involves the discovery of different parts of herself emotionally. It also involves huge discoveries in terms of things she didn’t know and things we didn’t know, and that’s true very much this season. So that’s how I’ve always had it planned.”