Well, we’re on the lam in No Man’s Land with June and Serena, but it’s not nearly as fun as I hoped it would be. June (Elisabeth Moss) is pissed off and confused; the stress of the scenario sends Serena (Yvonne Strahovski) into labour. And oh yeah, they barely make it a mile away from the scene of last episode’s jailbreak before Serena drives the getaway car into a ditch.The frantic presentLuckily – I guess? – the ditch is near an abandoned barn that looks about one stiff breeze from crumbling into dust. It’s amazing what The Handmaid’s Tale...
Dozens of kids lined up to get their faces painted and cookies decorated at the annual Christmas at The Center. Hosted by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ at The Center at Donaldson, the Sisters invite the local community over for a fun, free night with the family. On top of cookie decorating and face painting, Joy to the World-themed activities included frame decorating, pictures with Santa, and refreshments such as hot cocoa.
The fifth season of The Handmaid’s Tale came to an explosive conclusion on Hulu back in November with heartbreaking separations and jaw-dropping reunions. Therefore, it’s inevitable fans are itching to see how season six will address the ongoing June (played by Elisabeth Moss) and Serena (Yvonne Strahovski) feud as well as Gilead’s future.
For everyone out there excited to get The Handmaid’s Tale season 6 at some point down the road, there’s a lot to get into here. We know that the final season will be coming, but you could be waiting for a pretty long time in order to see what’s coming.
By design, "The Handmaid's Tale" is quite preoccupied with babies and the people who raise them. As it turns out, this is also true when cameras aren't rolling. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly following the seventh episode of Season 5, Yvonne Strahovski — who plays Serena Waterford on the show — provided insight into her character's surprising journey throughout this latest season. But in addition to clarifying some of Serena's motivations and inner conflicts throughout this episode's latest twists, Strahovski also shed light on the show's handling of its infant actors.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” has undoubtedly become a cult series in recent years and led its protagonist, Elisabeth Moss, to consolidate the prestige she had already gained in productions such as “Mad Men.” But this week the actress made headlines because she revealed an unexpected reason why she agreed to star in Hulu’s acclaimed fiction. Moss …
Season 5 of "The Handmaid's Tale" picks up right where Season 4 left off. June (Elisabeth Moss) is still covered in Commander Fred Waterford's (Joseph Fiennes) blood after a pack of Gilead refugees kill him with their bare hands in the no man's land between Canada and Gilead. After being told she will not face charges for killing Commander Waterford — because it happened in no man's land — June must try to move forward with her life in Canada with Luke (O-T Fagbenle), baby Nicole, and her best friend Moira (Samira Wiley).
Mckenna Grace is no longer staying silent about having scoliosis. The Handmaid's Tale actress was diagnosed with the condition four years ago when she was just 12 and recently shared she had surgery a few weeks ago. "I tried to be private about it," she tells The Hollywood Reporter. "Back when I had my back brace while filming Ghostbusters: Afterlife, there wasn't a lot of hiding a big old clunky, massive back brace. But for the most part, I kind of just kept it to myself." She added, "I like to keep my personal life a little bit more personal so that I can have a childhood and figure myself out as a teenager. So it's a little bit weird to put these deeply personal thoughts and struggles out into the world. But, hopefully, by telling my struggles with my surgery and spine and with my song, I'm hoping that maybe people who are going through the same thing will feel less alone. I guess it's important to show that it doesn't really matter how it looks on the outside, that everybody still goes through a lot of struggles in our lives."
I’m sure you’ve seen them before, the women in red cloaks with long white hats. But do you know who they are? I’m sure you didn’t. These women are Handmaids. They are from a dystopian show based in 2015 where birth rates are dropping. The Handmaids are there to help fix that. This show is so impactful because it is so realistic. It has such a possibility of happening that it makes it such a good show to watch.
After the disappointment represented by the fourth season of The Handmaid’s Talea once exceptional TV series, a fifth delivery of episodes raises the level a little, without convincing us that Bruce Miller’s team is right to continue… Yvonne Strahovski – Copyright Hulu We were bored enough in front of a season 4 of the unstoppable … <p>The post [OCS] The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 5: a second wind? first appeared on OI Canadian.</p>
Do you remember Vincent James, the right-wing religious nutjob who proudly declared that he was part of the Christian Taliban? He promised that a life was coming for women, which would make the Handmaid’s Tale look like high cotton. When you’re a nut you’re a nut all the way....
As we prepare ourselves for The Handmaid’s Tale season 6 to eventually premiere on Hulu, of course there are so many subjects to explore! We’ve got character arcs that need resolutions, and there’s also still the potential for surprise at just about every turn. So who could...
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Yvonne Strahovski is a familiar face now, but her early days as a performer included her voice work as Miranda Lawson in the video games, "Mass Effect: Galaxy," "Mass Effect 2," and "Mass Effect 3," and her first real show business breakthrough came when she portrayed Sarah Walker on NBC's "Chuck." In addition to her subsequent stint on "Dexter," Strahovski is arguably best known for portraying Serena Joy Waterford on "The Handmaid's Tale."