First Looks At The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Are Bloody And Chilling

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Emmy victor Ann Dowd, who portrays Aunt Lydia on the series, previously gave some hints about the upcoming season. The streamer released the first teaser trailer for the show's upcoming sophomore outing early Sunday, teasing a new batch of episodes that are just as creepy and captivating as the first. However, one of the most exciting things about this season is that it's moving beyond that novel!

Elizabeth Moss' Offred (or June) - who ended the last season discovering she was pregnant - can be seen giving a steely look while covered in blood.

The Handmaid's Tale season 2 will debut on Hulu in April.

The second photo shows a funeral in Gilead attended by Handmaids, which means it might be a funeral for one of their own.

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Alexis Bledel, Samira Wiley, O.T. Fagbenle, Max Minghella, Jordana Blake, Joseph Fiennes, Ann Dowd, and Yvonne Strahovski also star in The Handmaid's Tale.

A final picture shows a bloodied Elisabeth Moss. In Season Two, Offred and all our characters will fight against - or succumb to - this dark truth, ' says the official synopsis. But season 2 (which will premiere in April on Hulu) will enter uncharted territory, albeit with input from Atwood, who serves as a consulting producer on the series.

The cinematography looks as evocative as ever, and even having no clue what's going on, it's impossible to deny the elemental power of some of these incredibly composed images. In the first season, Hulu released the first three episodes at once, with the rest coming once a week after that. It is disturbingly easy to see how we can get from our society to Gilead's society. "These scenes that are so lovely, while set in such a bad place, provide the kind of contrast that makes me happy".

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