The Cast of The Handmaid’s Tale did an special For Your Consideration event, but Elisabeth Moss couldn’t participate because she’s filming in Chicago, so she left a message for the cast at the beginning of the video, watch below and keep watching to see the entire panel.
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The Handmaid’s Tale ended with a spectacular episode, closing as the best season since season 1, in my opinion. “The Wilderness” Screen Captures are up in the Gallery:
Screen Captures from Episode 7 “Home” of The Handmaid’s Tale are up in the gallery.
Screen Captures from the latest episode of The Handmaid’s Tale “Vows” are up in the gallery.
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Screen Captures from the 5th episode of Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale has been added to the gallery.
DEADLINE EXCLUSIVE: (UPDATED with video) “We’re the ones we’ve been waiting for,” says the Elisabeth Moss portrayed June Osbourne in the fourth season of The Handmaid’s Tale as the battle against Gilead’s brutal theonomic regime intensifies.
In fact, the wait is over, kind of.
Hulu is dropping the opening trio of the April 28 premiering fourth season a little early, Deadline has learned.
The Colin Watkinson directed “Pigs” and “Nightshade” episodes, as well as the Moss helmed “The Crossing,” will appear on the Disney-owned streamer at 6 PM PT, aka in just a few minutes. Check out the video unveiling of the news from the cast here:
As in past seasons, the rest of the 10-episode season of the multiple Emmy winning series will arrive weekly going forward.
Another change this year for The Handmaid’s Tale is the move of Joseph Fiennes from Supporting Actor to the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama category for awards consideration.
The Shakespeare in Love alum was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in 2018 for playing patriarchal predator Commander Fred Waterford. The “Mayday” conclusion of Season 3 of Handmaid’s Tale saw Fiennes’ character and his wife Serena Joy Waterford (Yvonne Strahovski) both under lock and key in Canada for human rights violations, in the service of totalitarian Gilead – which is a pretty strong pivot into Season 4.
“Commander Waterford is in a constant battle with June, which sets them on a collision course this season, and Joe in a larger role than we’ve seen him,” Handmaid’s Tale showrunner Bruce Miller told Deadline of the motivation to move Fiennes to the Lead Actor category. “His performance is nuanced and central, and worthy of lead actor recognition,” EP Miller added of Fiennes.
Or as Moss said to me: “You know, you’re only as good as your villains, they say.”
Continue reading ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Drops Season 4 Early On Hulu; Elisabeth Moss & Joseph Fiennes On Big Changes Ahead
Good evening, everyone! Hulu released Episode 4 of Season 4 yesterday, and here are screen captures from the first 4 episodes:
A full trailer has dropped the Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale and also the first poster. The show premieres on April 28th on Hulu.
Just a month after a teaser trailer was released, the first official trailer for the fourth season of The Handmaid’s Tale has dropped, and it doesn’t hold back on the intensity for even a minute. While the teaser left a lot of the significant plot details in the shadows, this trailer delves deep into where this captivating story is heading for its fourth season. June seems to be gearing up to fight back hard against her captors in Gilead and will stop at nothing to bring them down.
The season is set to feature June continuing on her path to becoming a rebel leader who is determined to fight back against Gilead. Although June’s righteous journey will liberate her, it also threatens her safety and everyone she loves. Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale stars Elisabeth Moss, Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski, Samira Wiley, Alexis Bledel, Ann Dowd, Max Minghella, Madeline Brewer, O-T Fagbenle, Amanda Brugel, Bradley Whitford and Sam Jaeger. Moss has also reportedly made her directorial debut this season, helming three of the season’s 10 episodes.
Fans of The Handmaid’s Tale have been eagerly awaiting the latest season of the dystopian drama since the summer of 2019. The show was renewed for a fourth season on July 26, 2019, and went into production in March 2020, but production was cut short due to COVID-19. However, in June, it was announced that the fourth season would debut on Hulu in 2021, and filming continued starting September 2020, concluding this past February.
While superfans of The Handmaid’s Tale may have been forced to wait almost two years to find out what the fate of their favorite characters is, that wait is almost over. Given the quality the trailer exudes, it seems pretty clear that Season 4 will be well worth the wait.
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 will premiere on April 28th on Hulu and June is out for war. Watch the trailer below: