Amanda is finally free. Free from her torturous days as a shut-in, free from the fear of her pararibulitis attacks, and free from her felonious-deadbeat-liar of a brother, Todd. She’s on the run with her new chosen family, which currently consists only of Vogel. Three of the Rowdy 3 (technically now up to five) are in the clutches of Blackwing, and she’s scouring the country trying to get them back. Throughout the course of the season, Amanda discovers her visions offer more than just pararibulitis attacks.
Hannah Marks’s dynamic career has established her as a versatile young actress who has moved effortlessly from one genre to another, shining in both comedy and drama, film and television, as an actress, writer and director. Marks will next be seen starring in BBC AMERICA’s Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. Marks recently had the starring role in the independent film Slash opposite Missi Pyle and Michael Ian Black. The film premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, and IndieWire named Marks one of the seven breakout stars of the festival for her performance in the film. In early 2016, Marks co-starred opposite Glenn Close, Sam Waterston and Kristen Stewart in the film Anesthesia. The film originally premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. Marks also had leading roles in the highly-anticipated sequel to the Sundance cult classic SLC Punk, entitled Punk’s Dead and in the critically acclaimed thriller Southbound, which premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. A native of Los Angeles, Marks currently resides in both New York and Los Angeles.