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Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale was published back in 1985, but the Hulu adaptation of its grim, deeply emotional story of female oppression was one of 2017's best, most gripping (and unfortunately most timely) TV shows, and that's sure to be the case again this year with season two. Here's how to catch up on - or remember - the events of season one, where the characters were left, and generally just how insanely awful the world of Gilead is for women.
So far, what we've seen of The Handmaid's Tale season two has encompassed grim photos that included a bloodied June/Offred (Elisabeth Moss), as well as yesterday's eerie trailer. But according to showrunner Bruce Miller, the tone of season two won't be drastically different from what worked so well in season one.
Today Hulu announced that its 10-episode adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian The Handmaid's Tale will premiere in the US 26 April 2017. It also released an array of character images, including this pensive shot of star Elisabeth Moss, along with several faces that didn't appear in the first-look photos, such as Samira Wiley (Orange is the New Black) as Moira, an ally to Moss' Offred.
Hulu's 10-episode adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale is coming in April 2017, and the network just released some lovely first-look images. Elisabeth Moss stars as Offred, a woman trapped in Gilead, a newly-formed dystopian society that only values her ability to aid repopulation efforts.