The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5 has been announced, and here we have every detail you need to know about the upcoming series on Hulu. Of course, we want to see the image we carry for a utopian world in any series or movie. Everything should go in a way that equalizes the character and the person and their wealth. But what about the reality we live in. We know that the world we live in is dystopian, and that’s what we want to see in the movie and the series. If we consider one such, we have Margaret Atwood as the writer and her famous adaptation of Handmaid’s Tale.
About the Plot of The Handmaid’s Tale
The Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopian series of America that has gained popularity. It was Bruce Miller who has created this series. The series is based on one of the novels of famously known dystopian writer Margaret Atwood. The novel is of the same name that came in the year 1985. If we talk of the stream, then Hulu streamed this series for the first time. With a running time of 40 to 65 minutes, the series has released four seasons, and now fans are waiting for the fifth one.
The Release Date of The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5
The series first came in 2017 with season one that has ten episodes. It was on 26 April that the series was released on Hulu. After the first release, the series was fixed every year with different seasons. Season 3 and 4 had 13 episodes with the 2018 and 2019. But due to the pandemic, 2020 was not the suitable year for release, and that’s why it went to 2021 April. The last season had ten episodes. In December 2020, the makers decided to renew the series for The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5.
When it comes to the release of the fifth season, then no date is specified. However, the makers just said that the shooting started in November 2021. So it seems like we will be getting The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5 somewhere in 2022 summer if the things and situations related to COVID would be normal or controllable.
What could be the plot of Season 5?
The story is dystopic, where we have seen a glimpse of the American Civil War. The story of season five has not been told to the reporters or the fans. Makers want it to be exciting for the viewers. It will be based on the further novel of Margaret Atwood, but we may find some twists and unique interpretations too.
The cast of Handmaid’s Tale Season 5 will be the same as the first four; at least the leads would be the same. If we talk about leads, we will be getting Elisabeth Moss again as of June Osborne; we will also see Joseph Fiennes as Commander Fred Waterford. Then we will see Yvonne Strahovski as Serena Joy Waterford, Alexis Bledel again as Dr. Emily Malek, Madeline Brewer as Janine Lindo, Ann Dowd as Aunt Lydia, O. T. Fagbenle as Lucas Bankole.