Women's History Month may be coming to an end, but the run-up to season four of Hulu's compelling series The Handmaid's Tale is about to begin. (What a shame that it didn't get here a month sooner, given the context.) After an almost two-year absence the much-honored series returns on April 28, and it is bound to generate as much media coverage as anything else on television this season. Picking up where the story left off, June and other handmaids are on the run after escaping the confines of Gilead, and they soon discover the grass isn't necessarily greener on the other side of the fence. If you thought the evil Aunt Lydia couldn't get worse, on a scale of one to 10 just wait till you see her hit 11. "God, June versus Aunt Lydia," laughed series star Elisabeth Moss while promoting the show during Hulu's presentation at the 2021 Winter Television Critics Association tour. "One of the things that we deal with this season is power, and what real power means and who has it.
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