Miller revealed this at a TCA panel in January, and also told the audience, "I wouldn't predict too much about Season 2 from Season 1."The , Lawrence is "the architect of Gilead’s economy, who is gruff and intimidating, with a disheveled mad genius vibe.His sly humor and flashes of kindness make him a confusing, mysterious presence for his newest Handmaid." ."We're certainly going to keep exploring another significant part of Serena's past," actress Yvonne Strahovski said."Bruce and the team, they never take the most obvious route...Buy the book Hulu picked up the series for a second season—to premiere April 25, 2018—just days after the first three episodes premiered, so you can rest assured its producers, writers and cast were already thinking about the future long before the season finale aired.Showrunner Bruce Miller promises, "The world can get a lot bigger," so here, we're looking at all the clues those closest to the show have dropped surrounding Season 2.
Meanwhile, Luke is trying to save her and their daughter from Gilead.
You’re trying to weaken the state."Brugel has been promoted to series regular, which means we'll see a lot more of her character in Season 2.
Miller says the Marthas were purposely made "invisible" in the first season, but they do have "networks" through which they communicate.
The final moments of the Season 1 finale signal Rita is involved with Mayday, so it'll be interesting to see whose side she takes if it turns into a Mayday/Handmaid face-off.
t Rita seems to really care about June, and we can't imagine her killing any of the Handmaids just to show the leaders of Gilead a lesson.