In the first teaser for the TV series "Hanna," an ordinary looking baby is mysteriously snatched from the hospital.

Of course, we know that's no ordinary baby. As we learned in the movie that preceded it, Hanna was genetically engineered to be a killing machine. Will that killer instinct manifest as early as infancy?

Saoirse Ronan played the teenage assassin in the 2011 film, who was raised (and trained) in the Finnish wilderness by her father (Eric Bana).

In the TV series, Joel Kinnaman will take over the Bana role. His rival will be his former "The Killing" costar, Mireille Enos, who'll play spy Marissa Wiegler (originally played by Cate Blanchett.)

It seems likely we'll see Hanna at various ages, but the actress playing the title character is 18-year-old Esme Creed-Miles of "Dark River." Her mom, by the way, "Minority Report" star Samantha Morton and Charlie Creed-Miles of "Peaky Blinders."

Like the film, the TV series will also be set in Eastern Europe.  It premieres in March on Amazon Prime.

[Via IndieWire]