The Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 Is Officially Happening Impelreport
Gilead’s not going anyplace Hulu has recharged The Handmaid’s Tale for a third season, only seven days into its second-season run. The spilling administration likewise uncovered that the show’s Season 2 make a big appearance, which highlighted two scenes, multiplied the viewership of Season 1’s three-scene debut.
The Handmaid’s Tale depends on the prestigious 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood and recounts the account of a dystopic culture where prolific ladies are constrained into regenerative subjugation. Atwood filled in as counseling maker on the initial two periods of the show and will co-official create Season 3. Season 1 debuted in April of 2017 and gathered a large group of honors and awards, including the Emmy and Golden Globe for Best Drama Series.
The plot of the third season is still generally obscure—nothing unexpected, seeing as the show is as yet airing Season 2—yet showrunner Bruce Miller disclosed to The Hollywood Reporter he has 10 seasons arranged out which will fuse—spoiler alarm!— the fall of Gilead, which Atwood depicts toward the finish of her book. “The book begins, at that point hops 200 years with a scholarly talk toward its finish, about what’s occurred in those interceding 200 years. It’s possibly dealt with in a framework, yet it’s still there in Margaret’s novel,” Miller said. “We’re not going past the novel; we’re a simply covering area she secured rapidly, more gradually.” Star Elisabeth Moss appeared to affirm she’s returning for Season 3 with an Instagram post reporting, “We’re wanting ya’ season 3!!!”