"The Handmaid's Tale" author Margaret Atwood received backlash for sharing an article which some deemed "transphobic" but she has clarified her stance online.
The singer testified in court that she wants her IUD removed but her team will not allow this, prompting comparisons to the oppressive regime of "The Handmaid's Tale."
A draft "alcohol action plan" from the World Health Organization has sparked fury online—and comparisons to an oppressive regime.
Season 4 of "The Handmaid's Tale" ended with June settling some scores. Here's what Elisabeth Moss and other cast and crew members have said about what will happen next on the Hulu show.
We dissect the phrase "nolite te bastardes carborundorum" from the Hulu series and reveal its significance to the wider story
"The Handmaid's Tale" Season 4, Episode 5 ends with June meeting an old friend—while her closest ally is missing and presumed dead on the Hulu show.
"The Handmaid's Tale" Season 4 introduced a new character Mrs. Keyes, and fans have been confusing the actor who plays her, Mckenna Grace, with Kiernan Shipka.
Women in cities across the U.S. joined the "Red Cloak Protest"—a national effort to rally against Barrett's Supreme Court nomination.
Amy Coney Barrett and her husband both belong to the People of Praise group, which teaches that men have authority over their wives.
"Everyone loves a good witch hunt…apparently today we are their witch," Shawn Van Daele, the wedding photographer, told Newsweek.
Like its predecessor, Margaret Atwood turns real-life issues into literary prose.
"When women have a choice, women have freedom," Leslie Jones said.
The upcoming sequel will be partly inspired by "the world we've been living," Atwood has said.
She'd make President Donald Trump "figure out narcissism is her least favorite sin."
The author and showrunner had a big issue to tackle in adapting Gilead for modern-day TV: race.
After 33 years, fans finally have an answer.
"I'm a consultant, but that doesn't mean I have veto power."
What will happen to June's baby in Season 2?
Please don't let Aunt Lydia die.
For one thing, Tony Award-winning actress Cherry Jones will play Offred's feminist mother.
Ofglen was noticeably absent in the trailer.
"There are still so many issues that women face in society that get covered up or go un-talked about," she said.
In Ohio and D.C., women protested anti-choice bills in outfits inspired by the dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale.
Handmaids are forming a resistance to anti-abortion measures across the country.
'It's ironic…that The Handmaid's Tale is often portrayed as a cult-like regime requiring endless devotion and control as a society, and yet Elisabeth Moss, a devoted Scientologist, is the star,' says the founder of the Cult Education Institute.