The fourth season of The Handmaid’s Tale has been formally shipped by MGM and Hulu in front of its arrival on our screens after the sensational consummation of the third season. Be that as it may, while originally expected to land in the summer, the show has just been delayed to harvest time, and now the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus episode leaves its genuine air date being mentioned. Here’s everything we know so far about the new season, as well as what could happen when it finally returns one more time.
The show was renewed for a fourth season in July 2019, but a final debut date for the following season has yet to be declared. Be that as it may, as stated by TV Guide, official creator Warren Littlefield has stated that season four will begin sometime in the fall of 2020.
Based on Margaret Atwood’s tale of a similar name, the show is set in a tragic future form of the United States and revolves around Gilead, an extremist society in which maturity rates are the pigeon and rich ladies look forced to become “servants” and have children for the Gilead pioneers.
Towards the end of the third season, June (Elisabeth Moss) discovered how to help a group of young people escapes from Gilead by plane. However, she was actually injured the entire time and was diverted by her maids towards the end of the last scene.
Serena Joy also conned her better half Fred Waterford into traveling to Canada, to be charged with atrocities – however, he further discovered her partner’s rapes (and in the process discovered that Nichole is not her natural daughter, her real father it’s Nick)
No, no trailer has been released at this time for the fourth period of The Handmaid’s Tale. This is because filming has yet to begin, and the third arrangement has recently completed the broadcast process on Hulu. By the time the news was discovered on Twitter, The Handmaid’s Tale official record posted a closing of arrangement three showing June with an insubordinate smile. The tweet read: “You did this, Resisters. Hail it. The fourth season of “The #HandmaidsTale” is happening!