The Season 2 finale of "The Handmaid's Tale" left us shocked and wondering about the answers to these seven questions.
Following the enormous success of his directorial debut “Get Out,” Jordan Peele is gaining momentum on his next film, which is now being called “Us.”
Based on the harrowing new trailer for Hulu's Emmy-winning series "The Handmaid's Tale," here are the five developments we're most anticipating in Season 2.
If you’re a huge fan of the Emmy-nominated This Is Us, you’re not alone. Well, you probably already knew that what with the NBC show being the fifth-highest viewed show of the 2016-17 television season. Among those 15.3 million people tuning in each week were some of your favorite stars of television and cinema. We went looking to see what celeb viewers of This Is Us had to say.
First U.S. trailer for 'The Square,' winner of the Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival, starring Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West, and Terry Notary
Elisabeth Moss, a longtime member of the Church of Scientology, usually stays silent on the subject. But that seems to have changed with one Instagram post.
The season finale was as gut-wrenching and hard-hitting as the rest of the Hulu original series but with an ending that suggests major change on the horizon for Offred.
In this expansive post-finale interview with Yahoo TV, "The Handmaid's Tale" showrunner Bruce Miller discusses Offred's next steps, what the future holds for Serena Joy and Fred (Yvonne Strahovski and Joseph Fiennes), and the one character you can definitely expect to meet in Season 2.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the first episode of 'The Handmaid's Tale,' "Offred."
There is something immediately enticing, absorbing, about The Handmaid’s Tale, Hulu’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s bestselling novel. The opening sequence plunges us into Atwood’s vision of a near-future in which women are subjugated into meek silence, made to wear clothing that disguises female shapes and cuts off their communication with the world. The first sound we hear is the voice-over thoughts of Elisabeth Moss’s Offred, musing on her own oppression.
"The Handmaid's Tale" star Elisabeth Moss previews Hulu's new dystopian drama, based on the Margaret Atwood novel.
This year’s Emmy nominees in the major acting categories boast a wide array of talents… but that doesn’t mean every role they ever took is award-worthy. Here, we dive deep into the nominees’ IMDb pages and pull out the kind of not-so-flattering roles that they’d prefer you didn’t remember, thanks.
On 'Late Night with Seth Meyers,' Elisabeth Moss told the host about her difficulties with shooting her epic hallway strut from the penultimate episode of 'Mad Men.'
In honor of "Mad Men’s" final episode, let’s take a look back at the 11 crucial moments that helped cement Don and Peggy’s relationship as one of the most fascinating we’ve ever seen on TV.
Mad Men’s obsession with '90s TV stars continues: In Sunday night’s premiere, Peggy went on a blind date with Mathis’s brother-in-law Stevie — played by Devon Gummersall, aka frizzy-haired geek Brian Krakow from "My So-Called Life." We got on the phone with Gummersall (a self-described “huge fan” of "Mad Men") Monday morning to chat about stepping into the show’s secretive world, Stevie’s magical first date with Peggy, and how "Mad Men" actually revived his love of acting.