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New THE HANDMAID'S TALE Pics Make Season 2 Look Apocalyptic

13 January 2018

The Handmaid's Tale made a huge splash in its first season, racking up eight Emmys, two Golden Globe wins, and three Critics Choice awards. Understandably, following up such an acclaimed run can feel a bit daunting. "Instead, you just have to do not forget to try and tell a good story". According to Hulu, season two is shaped by Offred's pregnancy and her ongoing fight to free her future child from the dystopian horrors of Gilead. Consider us loyal soldiers of the Handmaid Army, waiting at the ready to join the May Day rebellion the minute Season 2 hits Hulu on April 26. "I'm not being cagey!" (You can see the other stunning pictures at EW.) While the episodes that attempted to build the world beyond Atwood's novel often stumbled (I'm looking at you, the sluggish Luke-centric episode, "The Other Side"), it might benefit Miller to have no limitations as he pushes forward with season 2.

The second photo shows a funeral in Gilead attended by Handmaids, which means it might be a funeral for one of their own.

He feels the same way about working with Moss.

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Fuller is the writer and producer behind such as television series as Hannibal , American Gods and Star Trek: Discovery . Given Fuller's mastery of blending romance with the macabre, he makes the ideal choice to help develop this series.

Miller doesn't want to give much more away about the plot, but he promises he's not being cagey; "I just want the viewers to experience it for themselves!"

Hulu has released a few first-look images from Season 2 of The Handmaid's Tale, and they are chilling to say the least. Judging from all of last season's cutaways to sharp objects and Offred's growing need for violence, we imagine she'll only become more radicalized in Season 2.

New THE HANDMAID'S TALE Pics Make Season 2 Look Apocalyptic