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Entertainment The Handmaid's Tale: Has the season 2 ending already been hinted?

11:05  02 july  2018
11:05  02 july  2018 Source:   hellomagazine.com

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‘ The Handmaid ’ s Tale ’: Intriguing Season 2 Secrets Revealed After Brutal Season Finale. [Editor’s note: Spoilers follow for “ The Handmaid ’ s Tale ” Season 1, Episode 10, “Night.”] Oh, not essentially — word for word, it ends where the book would have been over.

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a person standing in a room: Hello! Magazine © Copyright ¡HOLA! Hello! Magazine The Handmaid's Tale season two is well underway on Channel 4, and one eagle-eyed viewer has pointed out how fire imagery has been used regularly throughout the course of the series, and could hint at the events of the finale. Posting on Reddit, a keen fan of the show pointed out that the finale of the show could well see the Waterford residence go up in flames and Serena may get the blame.

Cast member Alexis Bledel arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of © AP Cast member Alexis Bledel arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "The Handmaid's Tale" Season 2 at TCL Chinese Theatre on Thursday, April 19, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) It has long been suggested by fans that there will be fire in the season finale after a Gilead-style fire engine was spotted on set, and motifs including June setting fire to her red cloak and the contraband letters, Nick playing with a lighter, and Serena struggling with quitting smoking for the sake of the baby, are all suggestions that fire plays an important part in the series. In fact, Serena's smoking habits is thought to either become the main cause of the fire, or be framed to look like it is, giving June the perfect opportunity to escape with her baby.

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To that end , Season 2 expands our view of Gilead. We see what life in the colonies is like, which was only ever hinted at before. This is no longer a handmaid ' s tale , and that's a loss. Because as Atwood's book argues, everything you need to know about Gilead is already embedded in a single

As a result, audiences have reacted immediately to the first season of the Hulu-produced show, so much so, that Season 2 has already been confirmed. Here’s all the concrete information we know about The Handmaid ’ s Tale Season 2 so far.

Elisabeth Moss © Shutterstock Elisabeth Moss The Reddit user, r/AlaerysTargaryen, explained: "What just occurred to me that Serena will be blamed and that it's been foreshadowed. Remember that first clashing scene between her and Aunt Lydia? She was reprimanded and told that smoking is bad for the baby… She probably start smoking again and someone one will accuse her, maybe Rita and Aunt Lydia who already dislikes her greatly... That will be a hell of an ending because I'm pretty sure Gilead will finally punish the Waterfords."

Fans of the show were quick to discuss the theory, with one writing: "This is such a good theory. There have been so many references to her cigarettes this season, I would be shocked if they didn't play a role," while another added: "I think maybe Rita will set the fire and frame Serena for it using the contraband cigarettes. The fire will serve as a diversion to get somebody (June, the baby, both) out of Gilead."

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The second season of The Handmaid ’ s Tale has just begun, yet each new episode brings fresh dread. Margaret Atwood wrote her novel in 1985, near the end of feminism’s Second Wave, when anti-porn activists were arguing that pornography debases all women and abets the institutional

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a person standing in front of a window: Four episodes into season 2, and the The Handmaid's Tale show no sign of ceasing the theme of unending bleakness established in season 1. June (Elisabeth Moss) is oppressed, and only spared from more brutal punishment because she is carrying a child and is thus considered of value. Gender traitors and rebels  are hanged on the wall, a continual threat that any deviance from Gilead will not be tolerated. There is no escape.Even if the seasons have thematic and tonal unity, there still is a major difference between them. The Handmaid's Tale show no longer adheres to Margaret Atwood's 1985 novel of the same name. Instead, the show's writers could create new storylines within Atwood's precisely imagined world. But the write remained tethered to Atwood's most important tradition: Everything we see in the show happened sometime in history. “It’s easy to come up with fictional cruelties, and especially with perverse cruelties towards women, then it just turns into pornography, The Real-Life Origins Of The Rites & Rituals Seen In The Handmaid's Tale

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