The Handmaid’s Tale is an American real tragedy web TV series by Bruce Miller based on the publication by the same name, written by Margaret Atwood. The plot is around a frightening tale during the Second American Civil War where the political system of the social subjects to fertile women called Handmaids into childbearing slavery.
The series was renewed for its forthcoming season in July 2019. There has not been an official statement for the release date, but it’s likely to take more than the customary pattern that the release date followed. There were promises that this season will have more episodes than normal, so that increases the delay aside from the current global pandemic outbreak.
There was a statement of Hulu stating the show will air in 2021, with no specifications as to which month. The streamer also shared a teaser, including action scenes from prior seasons, and some clips of what lies ahead.
Though there is absolutely no official confirmation regarding who will be back, or when we’ll see new faces in the season, it’s a given that Elizabeth Moss as June will return; it’s her story.
We can also expect Joseph Fiennes like Fred Waterford, Yvonne Strahovski as Serena Waterford, Samira Wiley as Moira, Alexis Bledel as Emily, Ann Dowd as Aunt Lydia, Max Minghella as Nick Blaine and O. T. Fagbenle as Luke Bankole.
The season turned into a monumental triumph. Jane successfully executes the strategy to get the children of Gilead outside and on a plane to the safety of Canada, which she pulls off, but things got pretty bad too.
The armed guards were patrolling the region and June sacrifices herself for the sake of the kids. She attempts to create a diversion by throwing rocks, although she’s prepared to go down alone. Some other handmaids and Martha come to her help and children figure out how to fly to safety just in time.