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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: will season 5 be the last? The series creator responds!

In an interview with Deadline, Bruce Miller, creator of the famous “The Handmaid’s Tale,” commented on the possibility that Season 5 will be the last in production, revealing that the COVID pandemic has helped him set the future of the series in perspective.

“I’m not looking forward to completing this series. I don’t know how I felt about this pandemic, but I have learned that there are rare things in life and working with these amazing people is one of them. Honestly, I know what the ending will be and I won’t expand the plot, but I won’t rush it either. “

He adds: “I always want to keep moving forward. I work with amazing people; we have a lovely group of writers, a spectacular group of actors and directors. What they did this year, amid the COVID pandemic, was sensational. “

Keep in mind that ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 4 can now be viewed in full on Paramount + streaming.

Created by Bruce Miller, the series is based on the book “The Aia’s Tale”, written by Margaret Atwood.

The story is set in the dystopia of Gilead, a totalitarian society that was once part of the United States. Faced with environmental disasters and a plummeting birth rate, Gilead is ruled by religious fundamentalism that treats women as property of the state. As one of the few remaining fertile women, Offred is a servant in the Commander’s House, one of the castes of women forced into sexual servitude as a last, desperate attempt to repopulate a ravaged world. In this terrifying society where a bad word can end his life, Offred lives among commanders, his cruel wives, and his minions – where anyone can be a spy for Gilead – all with one goal: to survive to find. the girl who was taken from him.

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The cast includes Elisabeth Moss, Max Minghella, Amanda Brugel, Yvonne Strahovski, Joseph Fiennes, Ann Dowd and Madeline Brewer.

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