By Matt Hoffman You may not recognize Ann Dowd's face, but you most likely love to hate her characters. The article Ann Dowd Unpacks ‘The Leftovers’ and ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
The 13-episode second season will premiere in 2018 The post Alexis Bledel Set as Series Regular for The Handmaid’s Tale Season Two appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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Alexis Bledel’s portray of Ofglen as a guest star in the first season of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale has earned her a promotion to series regular for season two. The 13-episode second season is scheduled to go back into production this fall and will premiere in 2018. Show More Summary
Alexis Bledel’s character Ofglen had a thrilling (read: terrifying) departure from Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale early in the first season. She quickly became an emotional focal point of the show, but her backstory was only revealed in a few lines of explanation on those tell-all shopping trips the Handmaids embark ... More »
Wiley, who plays Moira in 'Handmaid's', says Season Two could explore more of her backstory
The Handmaid's Tale introduced viewers to many interesting and complex characters, and one of the best will show up a lot more when Season 2 rolls around.
[Note: This post contains plot details from the season finale of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale. Proceed accordingly.] The last time we saw Emily, Alexis Bledel’s character in The Handmaid’s Tale, she was being taken away by Gilead’s law enforcement after briefly stealing a car. Show More Summary
It's a big day for casting news when it comes to major additions and major exits on high-profile TV shows. Viewers of The Handmaid's Tale will see a lot more of Alexis Bledel in season 2 and another Ryan Murphy favorite is joining American Crime Story. Show More Summary
Look, it’s been a stressful 2017. Even setting aside the ongoing version of The Gong Show known as the executive branch (followed closely by the legislative branch’s take on The Handmaid’s Tale), things have been rough. We’ve lost Chuck Berry, Jonathan Demme, and Chris Cornell, among other artists. Show More Summary
Alexis Bledel will return to The Handmaid’s Tale as a series regular for the upcoming second season! The 35-year-old actress appeared on the first season of Hulu’s new series in about half of the episodes. SPOILER ALERT — Alexis played the character Ofglen/Emily, who is a friend of Elisabeth Moss‘ character Offred/June and they work [...]
Alexis Bledel is heading back to The Handmaid's Tale and she's getting an upgrade. Hulu announced that when she reprises her role as Emily (who was also known as Ofglen) in Season 2, she'll be a series regular. The actress was previously...Show More Summary
The Duggars usually prefer to live just a few degrees away from The Handmaid's Tale, a show that they would surely never watch because it's part of sinful Western culture or something. Amy Duggar King has always been something of an outsider in that family. Show More Summary
Praise be! Alexis Bledel is returning to The Handmaid's Tale for season two. The Gilmore Girls veteran appeared as a guest star in a handful of episodes of season one, but will serve as a...
If you’re in Paris on Wednesday, keep your eyes peeled for a copy of The Handmaid’s Tale and/or Emma Watson ? the actress is bopping around the City of Lights with books in hand. I'm hiding copies of The Handmaid's Tale in Paris! JeShow More Summary
Our favorite feminist and book lover Emma Watson is at it again by playing Fairy Book Mother to the city of Paris. The actress previously scattered feminist books all over the London Tube for lucky readers to find, but now she's spreading...Show More Summary
Bookworms, fear not: dauntless Emma Watson is continuing to carry the torch of reading with her global literary initiative. This time, she’s hiding copies of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale in mysterious locations around Paris, according to an update she posted on Twitter (in both English and French, of course). Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel has…
For at least the second time this week, women have dressed up as handmaids from Margaret Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, to protest far-right legislation. The most recent group to do so included local activists from...Show More Summary
With supporting roles in films such as Philadelphia, Apt Pupil, Garden State, The Informant!, St. Vincent and dozens more, TV appearances in The X-Files, Freaks & Geeks and several iterations of Law & Order, as well as award-winning turns on Broadway in the likes of The Normal Heart, Candida and Doubt, Ann Dowd has become one of our finest living character actresses. [ more › ]
In The Handmaid's Tale, women who can still have babies are used as a resource, vessels to keep the endeavour of splinter nation Gilead going. Sadly, the TV series based on Margaret Atwood's speculative fiction novel does very much the same thing with the bodies of people of colour. More »