The Handmaids Tale is a web series based on the novel by Margaret Atwood. Created by Bruce Miller, the series made its premiere on Hulu back in 2017. Taking place in America the show begins in a society that has withstood Second Civil War.
Voted as one of the best series, it has a dedicated fan base. The show has not been short of impressing critics either. With multiple awards already in its bag, fans have been long awaiting its return.
The Handmaids Tale Season 4: When Will It Release?
The viewership rating for the series has only increased with time. Shortly after the release of Season 3, the viewership numbers for Season 1 and 2 were released. Season 2 had double the viewership than Season 1 with Season 3 expected to top that.
The popularity of the show prompted the creators to quickly renew it. Just a month after Season 3 premiered, news broke about the renewal of the show. Having said that, do not expect it to return anytime soon.
Production was already delayed because of the lengthy scripting process. Now the pandemic has further postponed filming for the upcoming Season. At any rate, the series does not seem to return before 2021.
The Handmaids Tale Season 4: Who Are Appearing?
The series will look to retain most of its original cast. So expect to see little change in the lineup. The creators are yet to make any announcements, but Elisabeth Moss seems to be back.
Joseph Fiennes and Yvonne Strahovski will join her. Alongside them will appear, Alexis Bledel, Madeline Brewer and Ann Dowd.
The Handmaids Tale Season 4: What Will Happen?
The series boasts a fascinating tale, one that highlights female struggle and totalitarianism. With Season 4 yet in making it is hard to gauge the direction this Season might take. When asked, Miller has been cryptic about the upcoming Season. Although he has inferred that he would like to stick close to the source material.
Even then, the director might take some liberties from the text. Season 4 might focus more heavily on June’s character, but for now, there are only speculations.