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The Handmaid's Tale (2017)

Drama | Thriller 
Popularity 97
Rayting:   8.4/10 203K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Set in a dystopian future, a woman is forced to live as a concubine under a fundamentalist theocratic dictatorship.

Episode Guide

Season 5

November 9, 2022Episode 10 Safe
November 2, 2022Episode 9 Allegiance
October 26, 2022Episode 8 Motherland
October 19, 2022Episode 7 No Man’s Land
October 12, 2022Episode 6 Together
October 5, 2022Episode 5 Fairytale
September 28, 2022Episode 4 Dear Offred
September 21, 2022Episode 3 Border
September 14, 2022Episode 2 Ballet
September 14, 2022Episode 1 Morning

Season 4

Season 3

Season 2

Season 1

Best The Handmaid's Tale Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

August 14, 2019star9.4 5420 votesS3E13 Mayday
July 31, 2019star9.3 4927 votesS3E11 Liars
June 14, 2017star9.1 4970 votesS1E10 Night
June 20, 2018star9.1 4076 votesS2E10 The Last Ceremony
June 13, 2018star9.0 3705 votesS2E9 Smart Power
May 23, 2018star8.9 3837 votesS2E6 First Blood
April 25, 2018star8.8 4550 votesS2E1 June
May 17, 2017star8.8 4490 votesS1E6 A Woman's Place
June 6, 2018star8.8 3535 votesS2E8 Women's Work
June 16, 2021star8.8 2755 votesS4E10 The Wilderness
April 26, 2017star8.7 4984 votesS1E3 Late
June 7, 2017star8.7 4005 votesS1E9 The Bridge
May 26, 2021star8.7 2076 votesS4E7 Home
July 11, 2018star8.6 4272 votesS2E13 The Word
April 28, 2021star8.6 2809 votesS4E3 The Crossing
June 19, 2019star8.5 3171 votesS3E5 Unknown Caller
June 2, 2021star8.5 1724 votesS4E8 Testimony
July 4, 2018star8.4 3081 votesS2E12 Postpartum
April 26, 2017star8.3 6053 votesS1E1 Offred
April 25, 2018star8.3 3936 votesS2E2 Unwomen

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User Reviews

elfyte-215-968309 2 June 2021

Watchseries; First two seasons were absolutely different, amazing and incredibly addictive to watch. Season three I can sum up fast 'close up shots of June's face'. After season three I promised myself I won't watch this, but my friend said that season fourth is the last one. After the first episode (which was painful to watch) I started googling if it's really the last one and surprise surprise! It's not. Bye bye Handmaid's Tale, you could have been something really great.

elfyte-215-968309 2 June 2021

First two seasons were absolutely different, amazing and incredibly addictive to watch. Season three I can sum up fast 'close up shots of June's face'. After season three I promised myself I won't watch this, but my friend said that season fourth is the last one. After the first episode (which was painful to watch) I started googling if it's really the last one and surprise surprise! It's not. Bye bye Handmaid's Tale, you could have been something really great.

gaw-88608 28 May 2021

The Handmaid's Tale watchseries. Just like Most shows like this, they keep dragging it out. More dialogue, less activity. Would have been a great miniseries. I'm just about done.

tonybeva 12 June 2019

The source material, by Atwood, was a mere 300 pages. The first season of this show was a brilliant adaptation of her work. The continuation into seasons 2 and 3 feels forced. Similar to GOT, when the source material runs out the plot grinds to a halt and the show becomes unidimensional and repetitive. If I have to endure another longing stare of scorn and disgust from Elizabeth Moss I might just gouge my eyes out. Although the political undertones of the show may appear to be on the surface relatable, the show fails to explain the giant leaps in logic and relies too heavily on the rhetoric that the religious right is trying to drag us back to the Middle Ages. The men of Giliad are basically straw men with not a hint of moral complexity. We get it. The "patriarchy" is evil and women have been victims up until about 60 years ago. This show is about as depressing as my Facebook newsfeed during election season. I think this should've been a one and done mini-series.

Tricycl 20 June 2021

After 3 and half seasons of the same thing happening over and over, of characters acting irrationally against their own best interests, of June's very sophisticated facial expressions, of one cliff-hanger per episode to keep your curiosity up through the feet-dragging and fake depth... it's probably time to acknowledge that this lemon has already been squeezed dry and move on.

Margaery-Tyrell 11 May 2017

To begin, I believe that most people visiting these pages are intelligent enough to tell the difference between those that are reviewing this series with honesty versus the ones who for reasons other than the viewing experience, wish to tear it down. As someone has already mentioned, the negative reviews are fraught with fear and the worst kind of delusion that exists: self delusion (the delusion a person hides behind and convinces themselves of in order not to see the truth).

The Handmaid's Tale is a series that presents what could happen were women's rights reverted or taken away. There is nothing in my previous sentence that is not true. Let me type it again. The Handmaid's Tale is a series that presents what could happen were women's rights reverted or taken away. Is it an extreme depiction? Let's study that for a moment. In a Puritanical society, the Bible was the sole authority. Puritans believed it applied to every area and level of life. The Salem Witch Trials are one such example of Puritanical beliefs in action. Were it not for historical documentation, you would have people negating those as well. So, as to the question of whether it could or couldn't happen, the people most decrying it and stating that it could not happen, are the ones that most believe it can. Don't let them fool you.

The Handmaid's Tale takes you into this dystopian future, and it has never felt more real. I had to pause it on a couple of occasions to catch my breath. No, it doesn't hit you over the head every so often with good scenes; the beauty of it is that it is equally haunting, strong and breathtaking in its entirety.

To grab from another review: "The echoes of resemblance to the United States' current political administration create another layer of exceptionalism. Make no mistake, this is a political work. But it makes its case in a way that, like George Orwell's 1984 reflect our world back at us in a mirror that is both familiar and perverse", and because of it, it is extraordinary.

Rating: ★★★★★★★★★★★ Excellent

MR_Heraclius 16 March 2020

SEASON-1 A masterpiece! Put feminism aside for a moment, this is a brilliantly told story whether you are watching it for empowerment or just as a leisure activity. Each and every character, supporting or lead, hero or villain, is well-written and gets his or her own chance to develop. Season One is slow in parts, but each carefully framed shot is purposeful and powerful. There is no holding back in The Handmaid's Tale, and as the story progresses, there are twists and turns that you have never before seen on T.V. SEASON-2 Season Two of The Handmaid's Tale is the perfect continuation of Season One, yet it comes back even stronger with new, shocking conflicts. Moss, Fiennes, and Strahovski all have incredible chemistry together on screen, and this season, the tension is stronger than ever. The Handmaid's Tale manages to get better and better with every episode as the writers and actors push their talents to a whole new level. SEASON-3 I almost gave up on this show after season 2. I am so glad that I didn't. There are so many parallels in our world to draw from. The Underground Railroad of the 1860s, the persecution of Jews in the 1940s and the persecution of women in the modern Middle East all serve as inspirations and are ripe with tales of rebels, agitators and heroes. In a day and age when most of our heroes wear capes or have billion dollar steel armor it's refreshing to see the plain old human spirit alive and kicking ass. Great 10/10

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