The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4: Release Date, Cast, Plot And All Trending News




The Handmaid’s Tale has maintained the fans hooked on the story for 3 seasons, since its advent on Hulu in 2017. The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 trailer fell on Hulu’s official YouTube station and has already garnered more than 1 million viewpoints. Find out, “What is The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 release date?”

Release Date

Hulu has declared that while the trailer of The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 is out, the show is only going to release in 2021. On the other hand, the precise date of the show’s release is still not supported. Its original release date has been scheduled to be in fall 2020. However, as the production was shut down because of the COVID-19 lockdown, fans will need to wait for a long time now.

Elisabeth Moss who plays the protagonist in The Handmaid’s Tale happened to her Instagram on March 16, 2020, also educated the lovers, that the makers had ceased the production of The Handmaid’s Tale season. The decision was taken to keep the health of their cast and crew. The actor added that she felt as though the series is her life along with also the cast and crew are like a family to her, and hence their safety was her prime concern.

Cast And Plot

Represented as a good man in the first two seasons, Nick’s story took a turn in season 3 of “The Handmaids’ Story”, when he was sent to fight following the Commander in Control and the ongoing war against the rebels in Chicago. He found he had acted like a Gilead warfare overall. June is astonished to listen to the information but never gets a chance to face it until getting up and leaving. The teaser demonstrated that Nick could come back from the front line in season 4.


The buzz on season 4 of “The Handmaid’s Tale” started when all Hollywood film and tv production stopped in March. The Hulu show was in limbo for quite a while later. And, after waiting for a bit for the status update on season 4, then a half-minute trailer was released.

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 teaser was just like watching a slow build-up. Elizabeth Moss’s June seems more determined than ever to proceed Gilead forward, leaving audiences optimistic that she is just getting started. Together with the confirmation of this teaser, it was reported that the series would not premiere on Hulu until yearly.

On the flip side, the fantastic news is that the teaser, which was largely made up of scenes from season 3, has also revealed a few new footages from season 4. Here’s the teaser trailer that was issued by Hulu originals: