Almost seven months after the final episode of season two of The Handmaid's Tale left viewers scratching their heads, fans of the Hulu series got a new look at what's to come during the 2019 Super Bowl on Sunday.
Known for its unrelentingly sombre tone, the show's season three trailer aired during the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Just when you think things couldn't get even darker, this brand new trailer is released for the twisted show and it looks like things are about to get a whole lot worse.
Moss says via voice over: "Wake up, America".
The trailer ended with June back in her subservient red Handmaid's robe pushing back against the totalitarian regime.
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The trailer begins, cryptically, showcasing a number of Marvel heroes such as The Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), Nick Fury ( Samuel L. As per BoxOffice.com, Captain Marvel will pose a whopping $160 million opening weekend collections in March.
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The trailer is similar in tone to Ronald Reagan's famous 1984 "It's Morning in America" presidential campaign ad.
The third season will feature "themes of optimism, hope and renewal as characters attempt to take a stand against Gilead", according to Hulu. Characters will take a stand guided by the mantra, "Blessed be the fight".
The teaser begins with "it's morning again, in America", and ends with June declaring, "wake up America, the morning's over".
Offred, who was born June Osborne, is one of the women desperate to flee the nightmarish nation to reach safety in Canada. The show also stars Yvonne Strahovski, Joseph Fiennes, Alexis Bledel, Max Minghella, and more.