Blessed Be the Fruit: The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 Trailer & Air Date is out!

Hulu has finally announced the premiere date for the second season of The Handmaid’s Tale, starring Elisabeth Moss as the show’s fearless protagonist Offred.

Good news, The Handmaid’s Tale fans. The Golden Globe and Emmy winning Hulu/Channel 4 series taking the world by storm is officially coming back for a second season.

And, according to star Elisabeth Moss in an interview with The Pool, “season two is going to be bad too, really dark – it’s going to get worse”.

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Whatever is silenced will clamor to be heard

Want to find out what else is in store for the ladies in red and blue alike?

Just put down those oranges, flip patriarchy the bird and take a quick gander at our pretty extensive list of everything you need to know about season two.

Hulu has confirmed The Handmaid’s Tale will return to Hulu with a double bill premiere on April 25.

No word yet on when the second series will premiere on Channel 4 in the UK, though.

In short, everyone. As well as some very welcome new additions.

Elisabeth Moss will of course be returning as Offred and Alexis Bledel has now confirmed she WILL be making an against-all-odds return as Ofglen, despite her penchant for decapitating Gilead soldiers in spur-of-the-moment joyrides.

And joining the cast this season will be Veep star Clea DuVall and Oscar winner Marisa Tomei.

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