E! News spoke with Emmy victor Ann Dowd, Aunt Lydia on the series, after she received her first Golden Globe nomination ever, and she dropped some nuggets of information about the second season. She only dons a white tank-top while staring blankly at a distance. She's also drenched in blood on one side, but she doesn't seem to have a wound that could have led to that much blood loss. Another photo sees the Handmaids walking through a graveyard amid a heavy snow. They are all wearing thick black cloaks with their faces and hands completely covered in red fabric. Several shelters can be seen at the distance. Are you looking forward to the new season? He continues, "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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"'Gilead is within you' is a favourite saying of Aunt Lydia". Sometimes while writing the scripts, I just really wanted to surprise her, ' he said. It'll also give us a look at what happened to those who've been exiled to the Colonies. It's a phenomenally well-written show.
Hulu has released three photos from the new season of Handmaid's Tale, which provide a shocking look at what's to come, including a funeral for a handmaid. As showrunner Bruce Miller has already promised, Season 2 will expand the world of Gilead from the first season, and will follow Emily (Alexis Bledel) into the colonies, Moira (Samira Wiley) into her new life as a refugee in Canada, and June (Elisabeth Moss) into an unknown new chapter, now that she is both pregnant and in government custody. She headed either to dire punishment for a rebellion or to freedom.