Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale began when all Hollywood film and television production ceased in March. The Hulu series had been in limbo for a long time thereafter. And, after waiting a bit for the status update on season 4, a half-minute trailer was released. Be Happy!
Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 teaser was like watching a slow build-up. Elizabeth Moss’s June looks more determined than ever to move Gilead forward, leaving viewers hopeful that she is “just getting started.” With the confirmation of the teaser, it was reported that the show would not premiere on Hulu until next year. However, the good news is that the teaser, which was mostly made up of scenes from season 3, has also revealed some new footage from season 4. With this in mind, after looking at the recent teaser, we have five important questions.
Commander Lawrence and June have a strange relationship where fans are confused about whether they love or use each other. Commander Lawrence has helped June in many ways, but at the end of the day, he is the evil man who built the colonies where women are punished.
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Nick is back from the war?
Represented as a good man in the first two seasons, Nick’s story took a turn in season 3 of The Handmaids’ Tale, when he was sent to fight after the Commander in Command and the ongoing war against the rebels in Chicago. He learned that he had acted as a Gilead war general. June is shocked to hear the news but never gets a chance to face it before getting up and leaving. The teaser revealed that Nick could return from the front line in season 4.
When is the release date of session 4 of The Handmaid Tales?
Hulu has yet to set a specific release date, but Handmaid’s Tale is expected to arrive in 2023. Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 will arrive later than previous seasons, primarily due to the shutdown of production across Hollywood in March. Season 1 of 3 occurs in spring or summer. Season 4 was expected to launch in Fall 2023 after being released a few weeks before the final premiere of Season 3 in 2019.