‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 2 Review: Return Is Better And Darker | Uproxx


Alan Sepinwall:

There’s no show in TV history I’ve admired more, while looking forward to watching less, than The Handmaid’s Tale. It is a beautifully shot, stunningly acted, thoughtfully written depiction of a world I dread visiting, and each time a new episode becomes available — particularly as screeners began trickling in for the second season, which debuts Wednesday on Hulu (I’ve seen the first six episodes, two of which premiere this week before the series shifts into a once a week schedule) — I find myself doing an emotional calculus of how much the series’ abundant creative gifts will compensate for how much the story fuels me with despair and rage.

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