The Hulu adaptation of The Handmaid & # 39; s Tale is leaving behind the existing narrative of the novel on which it is based and is moving into unexplored territory. The end of the first season saw Offred (Elisabeth Moss) find freedom, or maybe not, when she left behind the house where she once served as a servant. "Probably there is no way out", intones Offred in the latest advance. "Gilead is inside you."
It is difficult to say where the program will go now, since the events of the original Margaret Atwood novel with the same name have been played mostly. The trailer shows a friend of Offred, Moira, who managed to escape to Canada, the commander and his wife discussing the repercussions of the disappearance of Offred and many more familiar faces. The video is adorned with darker shots of group hangings, Servants in formation and what appear to be the colonies, the ruined areas of North America where prisoners are often sent to dangerous forced labor.
Season 2 premieres in Hulu on April 25. His first season was a success with the critics; both the program and many of its actors won Emmy awards during last year's awards season.