Hulu recently revealed that “The Handmaid’s Tale” Season 6 will be the final season prior to the debut of Season 5. Given this assurance, you can expect to see (or continue to watch) Season 6 anytime soon.
In 2017, “The Handmaid’s Tale” TV series received 15 Emmy Awards, including best drama. It was created by Bruce Miller, who previously authored “The Testaments,” a sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 6: It Will Be The End Of The Show
In an exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter, creator, showrunner, and executive producer Bruce Miller discusses the drama’s impending conclusion, saying, “I’ve had a very, very, very luxurious time to think about what happens at the end of this story and exactly how we’d like to get there as a company.” “I’m extremely delighted we’re being allowed to do it on our own terms because I know how blessed it makes us — all the actors and creatives who poured their hearts and souls into it — to close off the play the way you want,” the speaker continued. Being able to draw the curtain whatever you choose is such a great privilege.
Miller adds of the series, which debuted to unanimous critical acclaim and won 15 Emmys along the way, and has turned out to be hauntingly prophetic in light of the turbulent U.S. political environment of recent years, “I’ve been thinking about the end since the beginning.” Since I first read The Handmaid’s Tale, I have been considering how the novel will conclude. One of those books where all you can think about is the conclusion once you’ve finished reading it, he claims. So in the end, narratively, we were able to stick very closely to what we had anticipated based on our original discussions and what Lizzy, I, and Margaret had discussed.
“When the show starts, it is immediately clear what it will be about: it will follow the life of this woman. Therefore, from the first, you are aware that you are traveling to a specific point in this woman’s journey, he explains the title giving his job as showrunner a “good piece” of structure. “The Handmaid’s Tale and a certain period in her life when she identified in a particular way are what make this story about June Osborne unique. Thankfully, very pleasantly, when that period is through, we get to enter The Testaments, a book in which June’s story is a subplot but not its main focus. It’s the ideal creative scenario because we can separate while yet remaining connected to all of the actors and the characters we’ve created and adored. To leave the actors behind is the heartbreaking and terrifying part.
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The Handmaid’s Tale Season 6 Release Status
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 6’s release date is still unknown, but that is presumably because the season hasn’t started filming yet. We’ll know more about the release date once the authors have finished the season and the cast has had a chance to introduce any new or old characters.
The first episode of the series, with episodes lasting on average 42–65 minutes, is projected to air in late 2023 or early 2024. It will carry over the storyline from the fifth season finale, giving the tale a fitting ending and letting the characters and audience witness what transpires.
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 6: Cast and Crew
The main actors and actresses from the series who are expected to return are:
Elisabeth Moss as June Osborne, Offred, and Joseph
Commander Joseph Fiennes Mr. Fred Waterford
Yvonne Strahovski as Serena Joy
Dr. Emily Malek is played by Alexis Bledel.
Madeline Brewer as Janine Lindo
Aunt Lydia Clements, played by Ann Dowd
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O. T. Fagbenle as Luke Bankole
Commander, played by Max Minghella Nick Blaine
Moira Strand, played by Samira Wiley
Amanda Brugel as Rita Blue
As Commander, Bradley Whitford Joseph Lewis
Sam Jaeger as Mark Tuello
MGM Television makes The Handmaid’s Tale, and Bruce Miller, Warren Littlefield, Elisabeth Moss, Daniel Wilson, Fran Sears, Eric Tuchman, Yahlin Chang, Rachel Shukert, Sheila Hockin, John Weber, Frank Siracusa, Steve Stark, and Kim Todd are the show’s executive producers. The series is sold all over the world by MGM.
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The Handmaid’s Tale Season 6 Trailer
The episodes of the last season have not yet been revealed. It is anticipated to include between ten and thirteen episodes, each lasting between 41 and 65 minutes. The Handmaid’s Tale Season 6 Trailer should be out soon. When the episodes are scheduled to debut on the streaming service, the network will release more details. As a result, we ask fans to wait with patience for these improvements, which will be available in the coming weeks. until then watch the season 5 Trailer below.
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