I’ll get to the point first: The Handmaid’s Tale, as adapted by Hulu, is an excellent production and one well worth any TV lover’s time. Elisabeth Moss, an actress who spent nearly a decade understanding how female characters manage a life of oppression under male domination, uses her time on Mad Men to translate a fictional written diary into an uncompromising television reality.
With that out of the way, there’s a lot to unpack regarding the several episodes we took in before the show’s wide release on Wednesday, May 26. Hulu works in the best spirit of this current golden age of television. It presents an audience that’s hungry for thought-provoking content with a story that resonates with our current, unprecedented unique political climate.
Hulu has released the first trailer for The Handmaid’s Tale, their upcoming upcoming original television series based on the best-selling novel by Margaret Atwood.
Watch the trailer here below.
It was announced recently that Alexis Bledel was added to the cast as Ofglen, one of the Handmaids. The Gilmore Girls star joins Elisabeth Moss, Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski, Samira Wiley, Max Minghella, Madeline Brewer, Ann Dowd, and O-T Fagbenle for the 10-episode series, which will premiere on the Hulu streaming service on April 26, 2017.
Hulu has announced that Alexis Bledel has joined the cast of The Handmaid’s Tale, their upcoming original television series starring Elisabeth Moss and Joseph Fiennes, based on the best-selling novel by Margaret Atwood.
Bledel, who is best known for her role as Rory Gilmore on the long-running TV series Gilmore Girls (which recently got a revival on Netflix), will be playing the role of Ofglen, one of the Handmaids.
After over a year since the last episode of Season 2 of The Walking Dead interactive drama series, Telltale is at it again with The Walking Dead: Michonne. The developer will be releasing the first part of the game later this month, but first a 5-minute preview will launch tonight.
Starring award-winning actress Samira Wiley (know for her role as Poussey Washington in Orange is the New Black), the miniseries delves into the Robert Kirkman’s blade-wielding character’s haunted past, and explores Michonne’s absence between issues #126 and #139 of the comic book.