The Handmaid's Tale is set to start Season 3 in June. If you haven't started watching this Hulu Original yet, now is the time to do so, before the next season kicks off in a little over a month. Luckily, you can get a free trial of Hulu and binge-watch all the episodes from seasons one and two.
When it comes to Hulu Originals, The Handmaid's Tale is perhaps the most popular title in its library. It started in 2017, and has been a very popular show, many are excited that it is coming back for a third season, and that third season is nearly upon us. When it comes to Season 3, Hulu has said that all of The Handmaid's Tale's current cast is returning. With Christopher Meloni and Elizabeth Reaser being added to the cast. Hulu has also said that the new season will mostly focus on June fighting back against Gilead. That's the spoiler-free version of what's coming in the third season. We aren't one to spoil a show before you can even watch it (or spoil it period).
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