The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1

The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1

The Handmaid's Tale

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-04-30
  • Advisory Rating: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 15
  • iTunes Price: USD 18.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 24.99
7.8/10
7.8
From 361 Ratings

Description

The drama series, based on the award-winning, best-selling novel by Margaret Atwood, is the story of life in the dystopia of Gilead, a totalitarian society in what was formerly part of the United States. Facing environmental disasters and a plunging birthrate, Gilead is ruled by a twisted fundamentalism regime that treats women as property of the state. As one of the few remaining fertile women, Offred (Elisabeth Moss) is a Handmaid in the Commander’s household, one of the caste of women forced into sexual servitude as a last desperate attempt to repopulate a devastated world. In this terrifying society where one wrong word could end her life, Offred navigates between Commanders, their cruel Wives, domestic Marthas, and her fellow Handmaids -- where anyone could be a spy for Gilead -- all with one goal: to survive and find the daughter that was taken from her.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Offred 57:21 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Birth Day 46:50 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Late 53:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum 52:46 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Faithful 53:18 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 A Woman's Place 54:49 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 The Other Side 47:14 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Jezebels 49:49 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 The Bridge 49:58 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
10 Night 1:00:00 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
11 The Handmaid's Tale Trailer (Official) 01:43 Free Buy on iTunes
12 My Name Is Offred (Teaser Trailer) 00:32 Free Buy on iTunes
13 The Handmaid's Tale First-Look Teaser 00:32 Free Buy on iTunes
14 Her Story Is Our Story (Teaser) 00:31 Free Buy on iTunes
15 Handmaid's Tale Behind-the-Scenes Featur 01:28 Season Only Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • love

    5
    By Lauren Dyson
    LOVE THIS SHOW
  • Climate & Women's Rights: 2 Hot Topics

    5
    By mmoses13
    Warning: This show is not for the weak of stomach. Literally, I felt ill during points of the show due to some pretty gruesome content but I couldn't stop watching as a supporter of the protagonists. While the concept is extreme, the content is pretty onpoint with current trends and makes the viewer pay attention to the relevancy of present voice, moral actions and environmental wellfair. Five stars for that!
  • Weedeepoo

    5
    By weedeepoo
    Wonderful
  • Ugh

    1
    By Jon21144
    Lame
  • Great show!

    4
    By Ashley Maki
    I highly recommend this shocking show!
  • CNBC

    3
    By hbhib cn
    I’m NCSU.
  • So stupid

    1
    By AGT1201
    This is extremely sexist against men, has a hideously biased political agenda, and spits upon Christianity every chance it can. How about trying to spread love in a hateful society instead of this garbage. Thanks a lot ❤️
  • Addictive and captivating

    5
    By saranadeyou
    Hands down my number one TV show that is currently being aired.
  • Simply the best

    5
    By farid1989
    It’s a well crafted series of the great book
  • A preposterous story very well told

    4
    By nocrickets
    Whether or not you buy its message, you gotta admit it's very well done. Yes, like most single-issue sci-fi the story is preposterously heavy-handed. But it looks great, it's intelligently written and directed, and the cast is very good. Elisabeth Moss is an expert at showing her character's thoughts and feelings in the slightest facial tics -- though I could do with fewer of the extreme Easter Island close-ups as she's doing that. (And I wish she wasn't a freaking Scientologist. Yeah, I know she was raised in it. I was raised Catholic, but I grew up.) Yvone Strahovski is riveting as the insanely frustrated wife; Joseph Fiennes is ultra-slimy as the creepy husband; and most everyone else does very well. It's grimly one-note in ways that can make it hard to stick with at times, but it wraps up the season pretty triumphantly. And kudos for the excellent timing of coming out just as the real America is going cuckoo in mildly similar and sinister ways. As exaggerated as the story is, it actually makes more sense now than when Atwood's novel originally appeared.

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