The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1

The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1 Summary

The drama series, based on the award-winning, best-selling novel by Margaret Atwood, is the story of life in the dystopia of Gilead, a totalitarian society in what was formerly part of the United States. Facing environmental disasters and a plunging birthrate, Gilead is ruled by a twisted fundamentalism regime that treats women as property of the state. As one of the few remaining fertile women, Offred (Elisabeth Moss) is a Handmaid in the Commander’s household, one of the caste of women forced into sexual servitude as a last desperate attempt to repopulate a devastated world. In this terrifying society where one wrong word could end her life, Offred navigates between Commanders, their cruel Wives, domestic Marthas, and her fellow Handmaids -- where anyone could be a spy for Gilead -- all with one goal: to survive and find the daughter that was taken from her. The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1 Wiki

The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1 Synopsis

Offred, one the few fertile women known as Handmaids in the oppressive Republic of Gilead, struggles to survive as a reproductive surrogate for a powerful Commander and his resentful wife.
Offred and her fellow Handmaids assist with the delivery of Janine’s baby, prompting Offred to recall her own daughter’s birth. Offred draws closer to Ofglen while dreading a secret meeting with the Commander.
Offred visits Janine’s baby with Serena Joy and remembers the early days of the revolution before Gilead. Ofglen faces a difficult challenge.
Punished by Serena Joy, Offred begins to unravel and reflects on her time with Moira at the Red Center. A complication during the Ceremony threatens Offred’s survival with the Commander and Serena Joy.
Serena Joy makes Offred a surprising proposition. Offred remembers the unconventional beginnings of her relationship with her husband.
A Mexican Ambassador visiting Gilead questions Offred about her life as a Handmaid. Serena Joy reflects on her marriage and the role she once played in Gilead’s inception.
Remembering her family’s treacherous escape attempt, a shocking revelation from life before Gilead provides a new perspective on Offred’s life.
The Commander surprises Offred with a secret adventure in Gilead. Nick’s troubled past leads to his recruitment by the Sons of Jacob.
Offred embarks on a dangerous mission for the resistance. Janine moves to a new posting. Serena Joy suspects the Commander’s infidelity.
Serena Joy confronts Offred and the Commander. Offred struggles with a complicated, life-changing revelation. The Handmaids face a brutal decision.

The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1 Trailer

The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1 Episodes

Season One Offred must navigate between Commanders, their cruel Wives, domestic Marthas, and her fellow Handmaids – where anyone could be a spy for Gilead – with one goal: to survive and find the daughter who was taken from her.

Episode TitleTime
Offred57:21
Birth Day46:50
Late53:05
Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum52:46
Faithful53:18
A Woman's Place54:49
The Other Side47:14
Jezebels49:49
The Bridge49:58
Night 1:00:00
The Handmaid's Tale Trailer (Official)01:43
My Name Is Offred (Teaser Trailer)00:32
The Handmaid's Tale First-Look Teaser00:32
Her Story Is Our Story (Teaser)00:31
Handmaid's Tale Behind-the-Scenes Featurette01:28
Offred, one of the few fertile women known as Handmaids in the oppressive Republic of Gilead, struggles to survive as a reproductive surrogate for a powerful Commander and his resentful wife.
Offred and her fellow Handmaids assist with the delivery of Janine's baby, prompting Offred to recall her own daughter’s birth. Offred draws closer to Ofglen while dreading a secret meeting with the Commander.
Offred visits Janine’s baby with Serena Joy and remembers the early days of the revolution before Gilead. Ofglen faces a difficult challenge.
Punished by Serena Joy, Offred begins to unravel and reflects on her time with Moira at the Red Center. A complication during the Ceremony threatens Offred’s survival with the Commander and Serena Joy.
Serena Joy makes Offred a surprising proposition. Offred remembers the unconventional beginnings of her relationship with her husband.
A Mexican Ambassador visiting Gilead questions Offred about her life as a Handmaid. Serena Joy reflects on her marriage and the role she once played in Gilead’s inception.
Remembering her family’s treacherous escape attempt, a shocking revelation from life before Gilead provides a new perspective on Offred’s life.
The Commander surprises Offred with a secret adventure in Gilead. Nick’s troubled past leads to his recruitment by the Sons of Jacob.
Offred embarks on a dangerous mission for the resistance. Janine moves to a new posting. Serena Joy suspects the Commander’s infidelity.
Serena Joy confronts Offred and the Commander. Offred struggles with a complicated, life-changing revelation. The Handmaids face a brutal decision.
See what's ahead on this season of The Handmaid's Tale.
Meet our chief protagonist Offred in this chilling teaser.
Introduce yourself to the world of The Handmaid's Tale.
Welcome to Gilead. Buckle in and find out what's in store on this season of The Handmaid's Tale.
Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes peek at The Handmaid's Tale with show stars and creators, including Elisabeth Moss, Joseph Fiennes, and Samira Wiley.

The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1 Comments & Critics

The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1 Reviews

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- Chilling5 star

It’s raw and tragic and extreme. Acting is fantastic. Scary to imagine the world ever being like this, but as hard as it may be to believe, it’s not impossible to imagine a world this scary with our current environment.

- Best Show Ever5 star

Simply the best show ever.... but of course it would be with the incredible acting talent of Elisabeth Moss as June/Offred!

- Liberal garbage1 star

Not worth 1 dollar

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- Relentlessly pessimistic, but with a sharp edge of hope.5 star

Beautifully raw, with a humanity that is doubly powerful for being so small. Elisabeth Moss is terrific as a complex victim of the religious state and the Waterford family drifting toward rebellion, but Yvonne Strahovski as Mrs. Waterford is just as good. She is a monster, but a very human one. She manages to be thoughtlessly and deliberately cruel, while simultaneously vulnerable and hurt and sometimes kind. There are few simple characters in this show, and these actresses portray them perfectly.

- love5 star

LOVE THIS SHOW

- Climate & Women's Rights: 2 Hot Topics5 star

Warning: This show is not for the weak of stomach. Literally, I felt ill during points of the show due to some pretty gruesome content but I couldn't stop watching as a supporter of the protagonists. While the concept is extreme, the content is pretty onpoint with current trends and makes the viewer pay attention to the relevancy of present voice, moral actions and environmental wellfair. Five stars for that!

- Weedeepoo5 star

Wonderful

- Ugh1 star

Lame

- Great show!4 star

I highly recommend this shocking show!

- CNBC3 star

I’m NCSU.

- So stupid1 star

This is extremely sexist against men, has a hideously biased political agenda, and spits upon Christianity every chance it can. How about trying to spread love in a hateful society instead of this garbage. Thanks a lot ❤️

- Addictive and captivating5 star

Hands down my number one TV show that is currently being aired.

- Simply the best5 star

It’s a well crafted series of the great book

- A preposterous story very well told4 star

Whether or not you buy its message, you gotta admit it's very well done. Yes, like most single-issue sci-fi the story is preposterously heavy-handed. But it looks great, it's intelligently written and directed, and the cast is very good. Elisabeth Moss is an expert at showing her character's thoughts and feelings in the slightest facial tics -- though I could do with fewer of the extreme Easter Island close-ups as she's doing that. (And I wish she wasn't a freaking Scientologist. Yeah, I know she was raised in it. I was raised Catholic, but I grew up.) Yvone Strahovski is riveting as the insanely frustrated wife; Joseph Fiennes is ultra-slimy as the creepy husband; and most everyone else does very well. It's grimly one-note in ways that can make it hard to stick with at times, but it wraps up the season pretty triumphantly. And kudos for the excellent timing of coming out just as the real America is going cuckoo in mildly similar and sinister ways. As exaggerated as the story is, it actually makes more sense now than when Atwood's novel originally appeared.

- Absolute Twaddle1 star

Where tiny minds create crises that do not exist. Hate on silly haters, you will not only steal the joy from others with your lies you will perpetuate sick minds.

- A Masterpiece5 star

The Handmaid’s Tale might go down as one of the best American television productions of all time. It’s both different from Margaret Atwood’s book and very true to it. Some characters are expanded (June’s husband Luke has a much bigger presence) and the series ends on a cliffhanger (setting up season 2) while the book has a definite ending. The writing and direction are impeccable but this is really about the performances, which are excellent. Elizabeth Moss, who’s been on a roll since Mad Men, is haunting as June/Offred. The direction relies on her ability to communicate wordlessly, and it does so by a series of extreme closeups, where she uses her eyes to communicate her fear, her hope, or her anger. If you think you knew Alexis Bledel from the Gilmore Girls, think again. As Ofwarren, she plays a former gay college lecturer physically trapped but struggling in her mind to be free. And Yvonne Strzechowski, best known as the glamorous watcher/spy in NBC’s Chuck, is perfect as Serena Joy, the icy matriarch supporting the patriarchy. Even if you know her from Chuck, you may not recognize her as Serena Joy. This is not a particularly easy show to watch. It’s revolves around women held as slaves being systematically raped to provide children for the rulers of a Christofascist theocracy. In addition to the rapes, which have been ritualized in the name of religion, there is some brief violence that is shocking. I can’t call this family entertainment. I can call it compelling and important.

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- Stunning program. Must see.5 star

Gripping story. Excellent production. Marvelous cast and masterful acting. Most highly recommended.

- mixed feelings4 star

Very dark, disturbing, and often uncomfortable to watch, but at the same time it is very thought provoking and somehow addicting.

- It’s not for everyone2 star

Yes it is very well done. Yes the acting is fine. Yes the cinematography is great and the writer was superb. No it’s not fun. Not easy viewing. Sorry but it’s so intense and depressing that I had to watch every episode in bits and pieces. Be warned. This is definitely different and maybe not your choice for an evening of light entertainment. A really rough go. Especially considering our new political climate.

- Hk bony5 star

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- Bad2 star

I bought this thinking I would like it, but really not that great.

- Amazing.5 star

Every performance is riveting. Must see.

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- Amazing5 star

Haunting. Beautifully done.

- Overrated1 star

a hunger games version of scarlet letter. Sort of.

- Boring1 star

Slow and boring drama about what Im not even sure of. All I could tell you is that the maids are forced into having sex with the men who employ them while the kinky wife watches. Then bare children. Great T.V. I tell you!

- Horrible show1 star

It’s boring and unrealistic unless you’re a liberal who believes the lies that group of people keep telling you.

- Great Drama5 star

great history, justo great show

- Can't wait for season 2!5 star

Absolute must watch. Hooked me in so fast, can't wait for season 2. Very well done, beautifully shot and fantastic casting.

- Thought provoking fiction4 star

I binge watched this show in 2 days, and found my thoughts wandering back to its message in the weeks that followed. It definitely made its mark on my psyche. That said, I’ve read some of the reviews here, and it seems a lot of people are taking it quite seriously, and even getting political about it. To that, I suggest we all loosen up a bit and take it for what it is- entertainment. If you’re looking to get lost in a storyline, and if you have an open mind, then I think you’ll enjoy this show. It can get a little twisted, so be ware. It’s cinematography value is gorgeous, and most of the scenes are so beautifully lit that it challenges the darkness of its message. If this sounds like something you’re up for, then make some popcorn, grab your comfy blanket, and settle in for a very thought provoking and somewhat creepy experience that you’ll be glad you watched.

- Horrifying, intense, well made drama!5 star

I have been a connoisseur of horror films since the 80’s… I have watched a lot of creepy, scary, gross, and disturbing things. I have to say, this is at the top of my list of unsettling things to watch. With that said, its been executed so well that the delivery is profound and thought provoking. Part of what makes this series so chilling and terrifying- there are places in the world where women are seen and treated this way. There are also people who would be extremely happy if society would revert to this. This series is beyond entertainment… its something you should dwell on.

- BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!1 star

What ever made anyone think that adapting THE WORST book ever written into a tv show would be a good idea!? Whiles this @&$% is winning Emmy awards (for whatever reason, probably given to them by the same idiots who gave Shakespeare in Love and The Hurt Locker the Oscar) I'm still waiting for a Y: the Last Man show to be made, a FAAAARRRR superior book series than this trash!

- An unquestionable masterpiece5 star

I was hesitant to watch this show. It didn’t look like anything special from the previews and trailers. But I decided to give it a try. And let me tell you... I have never been so moved by anything in my entire life. I think it really begins with the masterful cinematography, directing, and writing. The script is gritty, and real. Though what really won me over was the state-of-the-art performance from Elisabeth Moss. A prodigy in this industry. Claire Foy has NOTHING on her. She can say something and make you believe it, or she can say nothing and you will know what her character is feeling. If you don’t watch this series, you’re missing out. You are REALLY missing out.

- Too much to take2 star

I watched it on Hulu till I couldnt take it anymore. Fine acting and production quality, but the message was so obivously fictional propaganda that I had to stop watching. As a SyFy story it might fly, but to relate it to any real fear or possible reality is simply fear and hate mongering. Some Folks will believe anything, in fact, too many will - thanks to the media's take on things. I simply say, no thanks.

- scary and ecxiting5 star

yet another great show with a brilliant Elisabeth Moss in a scary new and discriminating world. A MUST see!

- Disturbingly Amazing5 star

This Shaw has the most unusual and twisted premise for a show that I've ever seen. I was so uncomfortable with what I was seeing, yet I I couldn't stop watching! The acting is top notch all the way thru. It's rare, in today's disposable entertainment climate, to find excellent storytelling. Well this is one of those rare finds. Do yourself a favor and watch!!!!!!!!!!

- Phenomenal !!!5 star

One of the best shows I've ever seen !

- Have you even watched it?1 star

Mediocre writing at best, so much potential wasted

- Terrible1 star

How anyone watches this garbage is beyond me. It's boring, depressing and has zero entertainment value.

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- Hideous1 star

Schindler's List and Apolocypse Now are comedies compared to this _blank_. If you're expriencing excessive enjoyment, please watch this _censored_ series for temperance.

- AMAZING5 star

With every Episode this gets better and better so sad the season ended looking forward to season 2.

- A great adaptation!5 star

Whether or not you have read the book, this series is SO good. Powerful message, great performances, and visually arresting. A must-see!

- Brilliant, Spellbinding Fictional Drama5 star

You can choose to be offended by The Handmai's Tale or, on the other hand, you can try to convince people that this is some kind of clarion call. Whatever, It's an adaptation of a work of fiction. And a darn good one at that. Top of the Lake's Elisabeth Moss is on top of her game here. I love great TV from Jane Austen adaptations to the Walking Dead and in between. This is great TV. It should be 5 stars.

- BEST SHOW OF ALL TIME5 star

Something about the story makes you what more and see what happens next

- Addicting5 star

I finished season 1 in two days...

- HAUNTING STAYS WITH YOU5 star

Starts out slowly ...costumes .atmosphere excellent cast....stick with it...it gets better and better.....expoldes ...imagines are amazing...RED......season 2 is completed Itunes make it available .soon........

- Amazing5 star

So glad it's finally available for purchase. I can't to rewatch again and again

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Sliver1972 - Riveting5 star

This show is riveting and at the same time disturbing. I fear it is not as "fiction" as we think. Margaret Atwood was eerily "on the mark" and her protrayal of the future in the 1980's doesn't seem so very far off.

oncanuck - Disturbing & Scary!5 star

A powerful "commentary" on the role of women in the world today, still! Superb acting. All the recognition and accolades are well-deserved.

SosoFrench - Disturbingly riveting!5 star

A must see!

left888 - $14 before Emmys1 star

$14 before Emmys, the next day you jack up the prices to $32, WOW the GREED of iTunes never fails to amaze!

Darkwon1997 - Bonne sèrie5 star

Très bonne série, je capote, on se sent vraiment dans l'ambiance d'une dictature!😮

KjSugi7 - Relevant5 star

Not only have hey done an amazing. Job bringing the story to life with beautifully eerie imagery but it is super relevant with what's going on in America currently. I've pulled a lot of parallels from the media and the use of current pop culture has added another level of creepiness to the story. I want to see if there is going to be a second season for an interpretation of how they think the story continued! I'm excited to see if there is a season 2 for the interpretation to how the story may have continued!!

Jhill4546778 - Watch This5 star

Its an amazing show. So So good.

62josh62 - Season 2 can't start soon enough!!5 star

I've spent a small fortune on I-tunes but never felt compelled to write a review. This show changed that. Casting is perfect. Theme is frighteningly relevant. This show should be mandatory viewing. I've read the book, watched other adaptations and nothing compares to the perfection that the team responsible for this series created. As much as I admire, love, relate to Offred, I fear I may also feel empathy and hope for Serena. One of the best shows I've ever watched!!!

Bookworld - Annoyed...5 star

Annoyed it's not an updated movie, waiting for it play week by week is a bit torturous. Great show. It almost can happen.

Samantha-Butler - Good show, annoying delay5 star

Like everyone else has said - the show is excellent, but why purchase a season's pass if iTunes delays it by 2 weeks? This should be in the Season's Pass description as a disclaimer.

Shoebbs - Way behind4 star

This show is amazing but iTunes is waaaay behind Hulu air dates (and streaming sources), so I'm constantly trying to avoid spoilers - would not have bought season pass if I'd known about the delay.

WTF2.1 - Withallduerespect1 star

This is absolute garbage. Not novel in the least. Read Aldous Huxley Brave New World if you want real creative thinking.

Morgan Bentley - Amazing5 star

This show is scary, dark, relevant, realistic and did I mention scary? One of the best shows of the year! The story is fresh and feels like it's not one those usual (predictable) shows!

torpark - just watch it5 star

what a commentary - what a breath of fresh air - hats off to you elisabeth moss for painting such an entrancing picture of margaret atwood's book. can't wait for sunday night. <3

Ljpukas - Awesome5 star

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Bright Bright bright bright - Surprisingly delightful ‼️5 star

I gotta admit, this all sounded a tad bit strange to me. But wow! Am I ever glad I gave this a chance! With each episode I'm finding myself further enthralled, wrapped up tightly into this crazy new world!! After 3 episodes, I can confidently recommend this series with five Bright bright stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ You won't be disappointed! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

An3w - Great Show Always Behind5 star

Apple: please. This show is fantastic. However there's two episodes that have aired on traditional media that are not available via Apple -- if I had known it was going to be perpetually behind I would not have paid for this. Studios should learn their lesson -- people will continue to pirate until availability parity is met. For shame, Apple.

Crake3 - Get Margaret Atwood5 star

Amazing and scary at the same time. Very good representation of the book.

zxcter - great5 star

Just watched the first 2 episodes. Very well done. Looking foreward to watching the rest.

Mad inky - WTF5 star

Why doesn't iTunes have things up when streaming does? THis series is at the 4th episode, but on iTunes there are only 2 episodes to see!!! Very frustrating!!!

myplaceinthesun - Hilarious5 star

A light-hearted romp for the whole family! Monty Python meets Extras. Maybe a little racy for the little ones though, so wait until they’re at least 8 or 9 years old.

Syl.R - What a disappointment1 star

I’ve got so bored , had to fast forward the repetitive “ procreation “ scenes , geez got the zero human / intimacy concept in 5 minutes , so 10 episodes on it ! Found the characters one dimensional in a story line which goes no where ! A sterile show indeed ! Sorry folks!

suradancer - The Handmaiden’s Tale1 star

Horrible movie.What a nightmare world it would be if this came true!

Nighthawk_Dragon - Gripping5 star

One of the most gripping and interesting television series I’ve ever watched. The thing that makes it so gripping is that the series shows you how this could become a reality in our society. The acting is superlative and the set designs are grim and realistic. Highly, highly recommended.

RoszAU - Too real for me to love it4 star

The writer based this story on things that have happened to real women all around the world. That's why it's quite depressing and very heart-rendingly real. I'm not sure I can watch it all, but it is absolutely great SF. Intense experience, not for people looking for something light and uplifting.

RefinedArts - Be Warned5 star

Not completely true to the book, it is still a wonderful series. You have been warned - these stories are there to tell us what can happen. This could easily occur.

Sophie-Kay Diamond - Brilliant Watch5 star

Brutal portrayal of a dystopian world! Best series I've ever watched. Can't wait for series 2!

SarahStudentForLife - Captivating show5 star

Absolutely brilliant series, enthralling. I'm up to the second last episode. I'm going to miss it when it finishes. Hopefully there's another season on it's way soon. A series not to be missed!

1952Jane - The Handmaid's Tale1 star

I first watched this fantastic TV series on Australian SBS - On Demand. I then decided to purchase it from iTunes so I could watch it again on my computer free from any advertising. I noticed however that some to the content had been censored from the iTunes version. So disappointing At point of purchase there was no indication that any of the content had been cut I would now like to know from iTunes before I purchase anything whether I will be watching an uncensored version iTunes needs to be very transparent about this - it is deceiving customers not to inform them at point of purchase about whether TV Shows, Movies or Music have been cut I would not have purchased The Handmaid's Tale if I had known it had been censored So purchasers of this TV show be warned - it has been censored

Toomanychooks - In dire need of a good edit.3 star

5 episodes would have sufficed. Too many long and laboured scenes. Cetainly not worth the hype surrounding the show.

DAB2312 - So good!5 star

Amazing actors and story! Definitely recommend!

Justsayin2017 - Compulsory viewing5 star

The best TV you'll watch this side of GOT. Brilliant casting (Moss, Dowd are amazing), important themes couldnt be more relevant to these times. Terrifying, heartbreaking, confronting and compelling. Beautifully shot, great soundtrack. Can't wait for season 2.

Seanovski - Overrated2 star

Very comic book one-dimensional characters and story. Over-stylized sets. Unsubtle to the max. Watched episode one, won't be watching more.

Rhythm of life - Amazing... and disturbing5 star

The best tv I have watched in a long time.

Pantha_24 - Superb!5 star

I haven’t watched a series so gripping for ages!! Just brilliant!

Freaked out parent - Gripping.5 star

Brilliant story and acting. Thought provoking.

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Please Lower The Price Thank You 🙂👍🏻

Harperhan - Chilling and Thought Provoking5 star

An amazing portrayal of a brilliant book. Acting is amazing by Elizabeth Moss. Worth watching.

Smithy1783 - Intriguing5 star

From episode 1 to 10 and the hours in between watching episodes, this drama has been utterly intriguing. In light of the world we live in today, this is a sobering tale of a dystopian future that should act as a warning to all sides of what might be. Beautifully filmed, passionately enacted and thoroughly entertaining. Thank you for the recommendation.... Sadly, I don’t recall who that was in my RSS feed. Nonetheless, I look forward to the next series to see where the tale of the Handmaids goes next. They say that reading the book is generally a better experience but with crafting of story, artistic film and wonderful acting - occasionally, its worth waiting for the next series rather than reading the book.

Ratt Pitt - Captivating5 star

The cinematography , actring , and then underlying mix of fear and hope make thgis a very engaging series.

Jamie0890 - Intelligent and high quality series5 star

It's an amazing series based on a fantastic book. Can be difficult to watch at times and certainly provokes thought.

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one of the best shows ive seen in a long time !!

lsKIWI - A must-watch in today's political climate5 star

Its a little grim, but excellent watching. A cautionary tale on whatmight happen if women's rights keep being eroded by the far-right and the puritans.

rioross - Fantastic!5 star

Bring on season 2!

DaKoosh - Epic...that's all😊5 star

Amazing show!

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@karaswisher: We are in the flashback scenes of Handmaid’s Tale, season 1:

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I said this as soon as I started seeing the over the top reaction by the police to the peaceful protesters. Eerily…

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@karaswisher: We are in the flashback scenes of Handmaid’s Tale, season 1:

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@citymice4: @Scribulatora I keep seeing images from Season 1 Episode 1 of The Handmaid’s Tale. In real time. I am also unable to process.

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@citymice4: @Scribulatora I keep seeing images from Season 1 Episode 1 of The Handmaid’s Tale. In real time. I am also unable to process.

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@karaswisher: We are in the flashback scenes of Handmaid’s Tale, season 1:

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@citymice4: @Scribulatora I keep seeing images from Season 1 Episode 1 of The Handmaid’s Tale. In real time. I am also unable to process.

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@Scribulatora I keep seeing images from Season 1 Episode 1 of The Handmaid’s Tale. In real time. I am also unable to process.

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@karaswisher: We are in the flashback scenes of Handmaid’s Tale, season 1:

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@karaswisher: We are in the flashback scenes of Handmaid’s Tale, season 1:

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@AllenThinks The writing in S.3 is so thin there's almost nothing there, just tired old murders & a nod to the "und…

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