The new clip for the dystopian drama, based on the classic Margaret Atwood novel, features the ominous vocals of a Buffalo Springfield cover as it gives a glimpse of life outside the confines of Gilead. The first season ended on a cliffhanger that left a whole lot of questions unanswered about the future of June and all the other characters stuck in that totalitarian society. Executive producer Warren Littlefield reveals Hulu increased the budget of the series for Season 2, which allows them to build out the world even more.
The second season of The Handmaid's Tale will premiere on Hulu on April 25. A bigger production budget helped the series venture afield. The last shot of the trailer shows Offred literally burning something down with the most intense look of angry determination on her face that's basically saying she's done taking this shit laying down. The series comes to Hulu from Lionsgate Television.
"There's going backward in time, the possibility of going forward in time, but it's something we haven't spoken about very extensively", he said. He didn't offer specific figures.
"I don't think anything we do is post-Atwood", he told reporters.
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The Handmaid's Tale was Hulu's most watched premiere ever of both original and acquired series, and it has continued to build on its strong viewership by snapping up major awards, including the first Outstanding Drama Series Emmy ever awarded to a streaming service.
Episode two takes viewers to the Colonies for the first time with Marisa Tomei as a guest star. "I think we're now living in an Atwood world. She's still the mother of the series". "It's just an expansion of that world".
They were effusive with praise for Moss when asked why the former "Mad Men" star was right for the role of Offred.
A smiling Moss called the Television Critics Association panel discussion her favorite yet.