The long wait is finally over and the highly anticipated fourth season of The Handmaid's Tale is here!
What’s more, is eager fans can actually binge-watch the first three episodes in one go with them all debuting on the Kiwi streaming service Neon this evening.
We can’t wait!
In the trailers for the fourth season of the dystopian drama – based on Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel – fans have received glimpses at what happens to June (aka Offred), played by Elisabeth Moss, after the third season's shocking finale and it doesn't look like things will be getting any easier for her in season four.
Last week the star of the show dropped hints about what fans can expect from the new season, saying that the show will "fulfill a lot of promises".
"I do feel like we have built something over the past three seasons that quite rightly needs to be kind of fulfilled, and I think that we do that this season, with season four," Elizabeth shared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
"We kind of fulfill a lot of the promises that we’ve made over the last three years, and we really get to see, not just June, but a lot of these characters really go to places they’ve never gone before and change dramatically. And it’s a huge season, which, of course, we chose to shoot during a pandemic, as you do."
The first three seasons of The Handmaid’s Tale are all available to watch on Neon and season four will be streaming from 9pm tonight, April 29.