If You Love ‘Hanna’ Then These Shows Are A Must See! | Celebrity Page

Hanna follows the journey of a young girl (Esme Creed-Miles) raised in the forest, as she tries to escape from a CIA agent while also uncovering the truth about who she really is. In this week's Ranker segment, fans can find out what other shows they can stream as they wait for a new season.


'Altered Carbon'

Altered Carbon is said to be a big hit for fans of Hanna. The show is set 300 years in the future, where technology and consciousness become too powerful. A prisoner returns to life in a new body and now has to solve a murder in order to win freedom. It is an action packed, sci-fi thriller, that fans will absolutely adore.

'Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan'

Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan is also a must-see for fans of Hanna. The show revolves around CIA analyst Jack Ryan (John Krasinski), as he is pushed to take a dangerous field assignment where he uncovers the truth about terrorist communication. This brings him into even more dangerous territory.

'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'

Lastly, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is destined to be a hit with fans of Hanna. The four seasons of the show follow a teenage Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka), who is constantly having to choose between the witch world of her family or a human world with her friends.

Make sure to check these shows out along with Ranker.com and the Watchworthy App!

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