Things Get Bloody in Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Photos

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'The biggest barrier of season 2 was season 1, ' Miller told Entertainment Weekly. Given that Season 1 adapted the Margaret Atwood novel the show is based on in full, Season 2 is exploring new territory.

The first season, which stars Elisabeth Moss as Offred - literally the property Of Fred - just cleaned up at the Golden Globes and the Critics Choice Awards this past week.

'You sort of intimidate yourself.

Still, overall, the second season of The Handmaid's Tale remains a mystery. "What I can tell you, and I'm not joking one bit, is it's knocking me out where this story is going".

Grim The dystopian show is an adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s acclaimed 1985 novel which ends as the first season did
Grim The dystopian show is an adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s acclaimed 1985 novel which ends as the first season did

Miller doesn't want to give much more away about the plot, but he promises he's not being cagey; "I just want the viewers to experience it for themselves!" Atwood is consulting with showrunner Bruce Miller, who revealed to EW that the upcoming season will explore the lives of the refugees from Gilead, like Samira Wiley's Moira, and those who have been banished to the polluted and contaminated Colonies.

"These scenes that are so lovely, while set in such a bad place, provide the kind of contrast that makes me happy", showrunner Bruce Miller tells EW of the stills. "Lizzie is such an incredible partner on this with me". He continues, "These scenes that are so handsome, while set in such a bad place, provide the kind of contrast that makes me happy".

Two of the images are general, wide shots of the Handmaids in different locales, and apparently at different seasons (including one in which they are ominously being led through a snow-covered cemetery). Are you looking forward to the new season?

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