The Handmaid's Tale : See Elisabeth Moss in New Season 4 Teaser

"We're just getting started."
That's how Elisabeth Moss' June says in our first look at the fourth season of The Handmaid's Tale, which will be released in Hulu next year. The trailer shows June continuing her rebellion against Gilead's totalitarian regime after ending season three after a bullet wound in the care of other maids. While her plan to help numerous girls succeed in escaping Gilead to Canada on a plane has been successful, there is still much to be done.
The action-packed footage shows the ongoing revolution as June and her allies work to revive Gilead's oppressive society through violent resistance. "I can't rest," June intones with voice-over. "Change is never easy. This war will not win itself."
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Based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale takes place in the dystopian United States, where fertile women, called maids, are forced into slavery to produce offspring. The third season was controversial among fans and critics as June took increasingly morally threatened measures in its fight against the regime.
"You don't want to set up season 4 in season 3. The audience smells it," showrunner Bruce Miller told EW earlier. "So I'm getting ready at the end of the season. Then you think, 'Oh, there are a number of smart writers coming in next season who will solve this problem.' ""
It seems that they actually have. You can see the full trailer above.
A version of this article originally appeared on EW.com.

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