It is no secret that followers are excited in regards to the return of The Handmaid’s Story.
After sitting out all of 2020 attributable to COVID-19, The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 is about to launch Wednesday, April 28, on Hulu.
Elisabeth Moss, who performs June Osbourne/Offred, stopped by The Tonight Present Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday evening, and wasted no time in delving into what followers can anticipate.
She began off by joking that the brand new batch of episodes will comprise “extra laughs” and “cameos galore.”
Moss said that the sequence would fulfill what the present has been constructing in the direction of because it kicked off, going so far as saying that the characters will “change dramatically.”
“I do really feel like we now have constructed one thing over the previous three seasons that fairly rightly must be form of fulfilled, and I believe that we do this this season, with Season 4, we form of fulfill loads of the guarantees that we have made over the past three years,” Moss shared.
“We actually get to see not simply June, however loads of these characters actually go to locations they’ve by no means gone earlier than and alter dramatically. And it is an enormous season, which, after all, we select to shoot throughout a pandemic.”
Moss additionally opened up about stepping behind the digital camera to direct episodes of the sequence, revealing that she is locked in to work behind the digital camera on a complete of three episodes.
“I selected episode three that was going to be my directorial debut, earlier than COVID, and began [filming] it,” she mentioned.
“Then, we shut down for the six months, after which hastily, I did that episode, I did two extra—I did episodes eight and 9.”
“As a result of no person else was there loads of the time, the administrators. If a director completed their work and left, they usually did not wish to come again and quarantine for 2 weeks, anyone needed to direct it.”
“So hastily, I used to be the director available… However by the tip, we had been joking that I used to be simply going to be this journeyman director now, off to do my ninth episode of Regulation & Order, simply clocking in and clocking out.”
Along with Moss, the sequence stars Joseph Fiennes, Yvonne Strahovski, Samira Wiley, Alexis Bledel, Ann Dowd, Max Minghella, Madeline Brewer, O-T Fagbenle, Amanda Brugel, Bradley Whitford, and Sam Jaeger.
And, should you’re anxious in regards to the future, the sequence has already been renewed for Season 5, and a by-product is within the works.
Take a look on the trailer under and hit the feedback along with your ideas.
Paul Dailly is the Affiliate Editor for TV Fanatic. Observe him on Twitter.