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.
Farr said that Hanna’s journey began as a teenager, and that season three will show Hanna’s transition into adulthood. “You have Hanna as a child, Hanna as an adolescent, and then Hanna as an adult. Act three is the conclusion of her journey,” Farr said. Each of those parts of her journey involves emotional discovery. It also involves enormous discoveries in terms of what she didn’t already know and what we did not know. This season is no exception. That’s how it’s always been planned.”