Production of season 4 of The Handmaid's Tale was just beginning as the coronavirus brought everything to a halt.
However, the team has promised it'll be wrapped and ready for us at some point in 2021. We will keep you posted on when season 4 will land.
In the meantime, the new trailer gives some hints at what is in store:
Season 3 wound up with some hard-won successes in a rebellion led by former Handmaid June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss).
While news of what we can expect in season 4 is thin on the ground – as creator Bruce Miller advises, “Don’t try to guess what happens. That’s a fool’s errand.” – we do believe most of the cast is set to return, and can share that the run of episodes has gone from 13 to 10, as in the first season.
As it'll be a little while before season 4 arrives, we've launched an encore of season 3.
Revisit season 3 episodes at SBS On Demand:
You can also subscribe to SBS's award-winning Eyes on Gilead podcast for discussions on all things Handmaid's including this live recording during the season 3 finale:
In a supersized season finale podcast, the Eyes On Gilead team - Fiona, Natalie, Sana and Haidee – are joined by several hundred 'Handmaid’s Tale' super fans and fellow resistors (...and one Aunt Lydia) to look back over season 3: we indulge in wild speculation about what fate awaits June when we return for season 4; we scrutinise Serena's storyline; and there's a meeting of the Nick Blaine Appreciation Society. An audience Q&A keeps us all on our toes, we break some news about the future of Eyes On Gilead, and we all get a cute #babyGreta cameo to send us on our way. (Recorded live at the Factory Theatre in Marrickville on Sunday 18 August. We met on the traditional lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, and pay our respects to all generations of their elders).
In a special episode of Eyes On Gilead, Handmaid's Tale showrunner Bruce Miller makes a return appearance, to answer our pressing questions about season three. What was the deal with Ofmatthew? And Winslow? And Winslow and Fred? He offers brilliant insights into what has gone into making the third season, and looks ahead to the fourth. And he also has some news about Margaret Atwood's sequel, 'The Testaments'. This is a must-listen for all fans of The Handmaid's Tale, as we rocket towards the season three finale. And for fans of Eyes On Gilead, listen for news about joining our own season finale, on Sunday 18 August.