The return of The Handmaid's Tale is one of the most anticipated events on TV in 2018, and the new trailer is finally here to give fans a taste of the dystopian atrocities to come when the show returns for Season 2.
Set to a creepy cover of Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth," the trailer gives us a brief look at what's to come in the new season, and there are more than few easter eggs hidden within if you've got the wherewithal to spot them.
First up, we've gotten a few shots of the notorious colonies — those areas of North America that are so contaminated with radioactive waste, you'd probably rather live in hell than be sentenced to life there. T
here's also a horrifying shot of Offred (Elisabeth Moss) with the same muzzle on her mouth we've previously seen on Emily (Alexis Bledel). Luke (O. T. Fagbenle) and Moira (Samira Wiley) are still in Canada as far as we can tell, and Offred and Nick (Max Minghella) still seem to be a thing. Finally, who's that gagged man kneeling in front of Commander Waterford (Joseph Fiennes), and why does he look like he's about to be executed?
Huge things are obviously in store for Season 2, it's just a shame we have to wait until April 25th to see them.
Hulu also announced that it's Golden Globe nominated comedy Casual will return for its final season on July 31. The streaming service will also put up the second installment of the Peabody Award-winning drama National Treasureon April 4. March of the Penguins 2 will be added to Hulu's documentary slate on March 23.
Season 1 of The Handmaid's Tale is currently streaming on Hulu.