Adapted from Margaret Atwood's critically-acclaimed 1985 novel, the first season of "The Handmaid's Tale" ended with Offred, born June, getting pregnant and being taken away in a Gilead-controlled van.
Hulu's award winning drama The Handmaid's tale won't be airing new episodes until later this spring, but lucky for fans who just can't wait, the online streaming platform just gave us our very first look at season 2.
The drama, from showrunner Bruce Miller and starring and exec produced by Elisabeth Moss, has become an awards season favorite, taking home the Emmy, Golden Globe and Critics Choice awards, among others, for best drama series.
Raw water: Inside the latest health drink craze
However, people seem to be extremely afraid of all these processes and additional substances, so they started drinking raw water. Source can work anywhere, and many arrays are deployed in deserts where water is scarce, Friesen said.
'You sort of intimidate yourself.
Season two will be uncharted territory even for avid fans of the book; however the 78-year-old author will serve as consulting producer, just like she was for the first. You can try, but you won't do it. But one of the scenes that Miller is most excited to share is that of a handmaid's funeral in Gilead, which offers some of the most striking imagery from the series. But he is willing to reveal that this season will explore the lives of the refugees (like Samira Wiley's Moira) who've been able to escape Gilead as well as those who have been exiled to the Colonies (see photo below), the polluted and contaminated areas of North America. "Everything from the design of their costumes to the way they look is so chilling", he said. Are you looking forward to the new season? He continues, "These scenes that are so lovely, while set in such a awful place, provide the kind of contrast that makes me happy".
Want a hint of what to expect from Season 2 of The Handmaid's Tale?