The Handmaid's Tale

Series • 2017 -

Found on the web

The Guardian

Resonant now, yes, but it will go on being so, ringing in your ears, and your head.

The New York Times

“The Handmaid’s Tale” argues — with an assist from current events — that progress is neither automatic nor irreversible.


The Handmaid’s Tale has the same effect. It’s a bracing, thoroughly engrossing wake-up call that puts a lump in the throat and never lets it dissolve.


Moss is compelling and relatable as Offred, a woman both bewildered and numbed by the hideous world she's living in.


Hulu's adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel is painful and beautiful and essential, thanks to how it grounds so much raw emotion in tumultuous but relatable times.

Entertainment Weekly

Moss is a brilliant muse, a fantastically unsettling alloy of fury and stillness; if this doesn’t earn her the Emmy she was robbed of for her years on Mad Men, the voting Academy should sue itself for gross negligence.


Thanks to incredible performances and directing, and the continued relevance of the source material, Hulu's Handmaid's Tale is a standout.


They have about 2 seasons worth of storyline but they are trying to stretch it into 6-7 seasons...