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The Handmaid's Tale

The Handmaid's Tale, based on the 1985 bestselling novel of the same name by Margaret Atwood, will debut its first season on Hulu in 2017. Moss will play Offred, a one of the caste of Handmaids who are forced into sexual servitude by the male-dominated Gilead totalitarian regime as a last desperate attempt to repopulate a devastated world.

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Season 6 should premiere summer 2025:

Previous Episode

Wed Nov 09, 2022
10 (of 10 ordered)

Show Info

Streams on:
Hulu, US at 11:59 am
52 min.
On Hiatus
Created by:
4.38/5 (388 ratings)
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as June Osborne / Offred / Ofjoseph
as Serena Joy Waterford
as Aunt Lydia
as Luke Bankole
as Janine / Ofwarren
as Nick Blaine
as Moira Strand
as Commander Fred Waterford


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Sounds like I'm one of the last people still into this show. The overarching premise is still as fertile as it is febrile with possibility for me.

Liking the balancing act they are doing with eking out measures of misfortune for Serena Hitler interspersed with her Gileadian delusions. Entirely predictable she didnt shoot June in the last episode and shot poor old Ezra the henchman instead.

Good old Putnam The Rapist getting dragged outside from his swank restaurant lunch and hastily executed on the spot was a wee bit of a surprise. No trial just a bullet in the face as the lunch patrons watch on in bemusement and wifey has a wee scream LOL

Still unsure what is going on with the white haired commander who helped June escape yet has now become an utter, utter bastard again
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I just saw their (new?) "We Will Bear No More" poster, a great play on words and perfectly fitting the extreme political right's efforts to move the US closer towards what's shown in the show (even if the majority of the population doesn't want that).

Looking forward to watching 5x1!


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That was fascinating

The rooftop scene, around ep 3, when that arsehole was pushing handmaids over the ledge, June was cuffed but still could've easily rushed the old Commander coot and sent them both over the building ledge for some pretty sweet murder/suicide action in the rain.

The finale, how come June didnt negotiate for her daughter to be included in the 22 for the prisoner exchange?

What a glorious grisly denouement it was for Freddy The Flipper at the hands and feet of the handmaids.
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graybags said:
I really liked the first season, but the other seasons have got weaker as they've gone on, in my opinion.

Maybe a little bit, yes. But I liked how they showed more and more of the 'world' in the following seasons, like what was going on in Washington.

And if anyone is interested:

Margaret Atwood on the real-life events that inspired The Handmaid's Tale and The Testaments
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I really liked the first season, but the other seasons have got weaker as they've gone on, in my opinion.
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lighton said:
Weird that it's on 22695 watchlists but 'nobody' posts here... :cool:

Wifey watches it, so it's only my watchlist for that reason. :P
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Finished season 2 and 3. :) Good show!

Weird that it's on 22695 watchlists but 'nobody' posts here... :cool:
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I've watched season 1. The show is a bit slow for my taste, but - so far - I couldn't stop watching! :cool: