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    The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4: Renewal Confirmed; Premiere Pushed Back

    The renewal of the dystopian drama has confirmed. The Creator, Bruce Miller, seems reticent about the release dates. The premiere seems to have pushed back to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The commissioning network of the show is Hulu. The show already possesses 36 episodes in total.


    The plot of the show follows the story-line of a lady named June who is living as a courtesan in an officer’s home. This officer serves the Republic of Gilead and lives with his wife. She wants the freedom to live with her daughter. But the harsh regulations of the officer don’t allow her the same.

    Will she be able to achieve the desires of her heart? Or can we expect some twist to change up the whole plot? Consequently, that would really be a matter of interest to have a look on.


    Behind every successful series, there lies an amazing and hard-working cast. The cast is equivalently important as much as the other team like the director, producers and crew members do. Therefore, the cast that formed the backbone of this show includes the following:

    Elizabeth Moss as Offred, Yvonne Strahovski as Serena Joy, Ann Dowd as Aunt Lydia, Joseph Fiennes as Commander, Alexis Bledel as Ofglen, Max Minghella as Nick Blaine, Madeline Brewer as Janine Lindo, Nina Kiri as Alma (Ofrobert), Bradley Whitford as Commander, Cherry Jones as Holly Maddox, Sydney Sweeney as Eden Blaine, Bahia Watson as Brianna, Ashleigh Lathrop as Natalie, Ever Carradine as Naomi Putnam, Jenessa Grant as Dolores, Kristen Gutoskie as Beth, Tattatiawna Jones as Lillie Fuller, Jordana Blake as Agnes, Sam Jaeger as Mark Trello, Julie Dretzin as Eleanor, Clea DuVall as Sylvia, Christopher Meloni as George Winslow, Elizabeth Reaser as Olivia Winslow, Sarah McVie as Lena, Stephan Kunken as Warren Putnam, Rohan Mead as Issac, Edie Insetter as Aunt Elizabeth and many more. However, the new season could likely have newcomers.


    The amazing locations of the shoot like Toronto, Hamilton, Burlington, Cambridge, Mississauga, and Oakville make up the beautiful appearance of the show. The trailers are not out yet. Hence, guessing upon the further plot written by Canadian author, Margret Atwood would be quite difficult.


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