Last May, we learned that Hulu's spectacular dystopias The story of the maid I would return for a third season, and last week's Super Bowl gave us a chance: now, Hulu confirms that the award-winning drama will debut on June 5.
That's when the first three episodes of the program will arrive, assuming you're still willing to grit your teeth and endure the torture and mutilation that the series causes your women to endure, in exchange for, on occasion, the slightest glimpse of hope that they can escape. and they survive the totalitarian United States where they are torn from their children and turned into sex slaves to produce sons and daughters for families favored by the corrupt government.
Or a strange warning story about what could happen in a world where the wrong kind of populist revolution ends up in power.
Or if, like me, you have already invested and you just need to know what happens to the brilliant actress of Elisabeth Moss, Offred, after the surprising end of last season. (She won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for the role).
Here is the teaser that I mentioned earlier:
The remaining 10 episodes will premiere every Wednesday after the first three come on June 5.