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The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5: Nick joins Resistance after losing second child?

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5
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The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5 Updates: The Handmaid’s Tale is an American Television series which is created by Bruce Millar. This story Written by author Margaret Atwood in 1985. Margaret Atwood is a Canadian author.

For this, the production was started in late 2016. This story is based on an autocratic society that subjects fertile women, called “Handmaid’s”, to child-bearing slavery.

This drama has a total of 10 episodes in which the first three episodes of the series are launched on 26th April 2017 and the remaining seven episodes were released every Wednesday. The fourth season of the series was started again in July 2019, which is released on 27th April 2021.

This Terrific drama won the hearts of the people and became the biggest drama on Netflix.

 PRIME TIME EMMY AWARDS :

The Handmaid’s Tale’s first season – eight Primetime Emmy Awards from 13 nominations

It is the first show to win such a major award  Elisabeth Moss was also awarded the Golden Globe for the Best Actress.

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All About The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5

The Handmaid’s Tale isn’t just a story of a dystopian future; it’s also an abstract symbolic way of talking about the present. Season 2 of the show, based on Margaret Atwood’s novel makes it all the more brutal to imagine Gilead’s militant theocracy based on sex slavery coming to pass in the future.

And of course, there’s another important discussion to be had about horrific abuses of women that are going on right now in our world. But outside of those questions of more literal parallels, we can also watch the Handmaid’s Tale as an allegory for how gender relationships have long been codified in western society.

Even their clothing is color-coded. Women are no longer allowed to read or move about freely in public, and fertile women are subject to state-engineered rape to give birth to children for the regime.