Time is ticking down to the premiere of The Handmaid's Tale's mysterious second season. While Gilead certainly isn't a fun place to peek into, it's hard not to be enthralled by the show's dark and twisted world. After the initial intrigue surrounding the trailer and first photos, we attended the Paleyfest red carpet and panel for season two. Show More Summary
We knew The Handmaid's Tale's second season would find Emily (Alexis Bledel) in the feared Colonies, but it appears her fate won't be sealed there. When discussing Emily's journey in Season 2, showrunner Bruce Miller revealed to TV Guide...Show More Summary
Amanda Brugel, Yvonne Strahovski, Samira Wiley, and Madeline Brewer snap a photo together at 2018 PaleyFest on Sunday (March 18) in Hollywood. The Handmaid’s Tale ladies were joined at the panel by co-stars Max Minghella and O.T. Fagbenle, as well as executive producer Warren Littlefield and creator Bruce Miller. During the panel, the cast and [...]
Throughout the first season of The Handmaid's Tale, one pressing question underscores all the action: will June aka Offred (Elisabeth Moss) ever make it to safety? Will she ever escape the backwards, twisted world of Gilead? There are...Show More Summary
The West Wing vet will head to The Handmaid's Tale for a role in Season 2.
With his heel turn in Get Out still fresh in the minds of movie fans across America, Bradley Whitford is going to double down on playing a face of the oppressive ruling class in season two of The Handmaid’s Tale. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Whitford will play a recurring ... More »
Bradley Whitford has signed on to join the cast of The Handmaid’s Tale! The Emmy-winning actor has been tapped for a major role in the show’s second season, according to Deadline. Bradley is set to play the intimidating Commander Joseph Lawrence, the architect of Gilead’s economy, whose sly humor and flashes of kindness make him [...]
The West Wing alum Bradley Whitford has just joined The Handmaid's Tale in a major recurring role in Season 2, and we're already conflicted about his character. Whitford will play Commander Joseph Lawrence, the architect of Gilead's economy. He is described as "gruff and intimidating, with a... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Handmaid's Tale Bradley Whitford
The 'West Wing' vet will play a major recurring role in the second season of the dystopian drama. read more
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Emmy winner Bradley Whitford has been tapped for a major recurring role in the upcoming second season of Hulu’s Emmy-winning drama series The Handmaid’s Tale. The West Wing alum Whitford will play Commander Joseph Lawrence, the architect of Gilead’s economy, who is gruff and intimidating, with a disheveled mad genius vibe. Show More Summary
Please don't let Aunt Lydia die.
With the highly anticipated return of The Handmaid's Tale on April 26, there's going to be a lot to go over. Ahead of the show's second season, we've already been privy to heaps of details, a few alarming photos (especially one of June covered in blood), and a very grim trailer. Show More Summary
Image Source: Getty / Anthony Harvey The Handmaid's Tale is expanding its already-impeccable cast for season two. The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Cherry Jones is joining Hulu's dystopian drama as Holly, "the feminist motherShow More Summary
The second season of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale will be bringing in a very intriguing character, and now we know who will fill the part.
"Arguably it's darker than Season 1—if that's possible,” Elisabeth Moss says of the Hulu hit's upcoming second season.
Is Reed Morano, one of the directors behind season 1 of the hit Hulu series The Handmaid’s Tale, the next Star Wars director? That’s the current buzz, as a Morano confirms that she had a lengthy sit-down meeting with Lucasfilm President...Show More Summary
The nominations for the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards were announced today with awards season favorites Call Me By Your Name and Lady Bird as well as television standouts This Is Us and The Handmaid’s Tale getting recognized for their fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of the LGBTQ community and the issues that affect their lives. Show More Summary
The Handmaid's Tale left us with quite a few twists to dwell on when its shocking Season 1 finale came to a close, but the biggest among them was the fact that Offred, a.k.a. June (Elisabeth Moss), was pregnant. The father of that unborn...Show More Summary
It might make your day to hear how many seasons Bruce Miller imagines.