That actor behind Luke breaks down the latest episode and why he loves that his character is "the anti-Liam Neeson."
Reviews, news, spoilers, and everything else about Hulu's 'The Handmaid's Tale,' a stunning adaptation of Margaret Atwood's chilling novel.
Twitter is dragging the "tone-deaf" theme for the celebration.
You don't want to miss the resistance.
The resistance is coming.
Gilead's version of D.C. is shocking, to say the least.
It's based on something terrifying: the present moment.
And what she hopes to see for the character in Season 3.
And multiple game-changing moments.
So. Much. Symbolism.
The actor opens up about the raw realism of Season 2, sex scenes, and shooting that "devastating" pool scene in Episode 12.
No matter where June goes, she ends up back at the Waterfords' every time.
She offers a voice for hope in the darkness.
With June alone in the middle of nowhere, Elisabeth Moss gives a powerhouse performance.
The same dystopian devastation depicted on 'The Handmaid's Tale' is unfolding in the U.S right now.
And it ends with the show's most painful ripped-from-the-headlines moment to date.