I don’t know why I did it, but on Christmas Day this past year, I watched all of The Handmaid’s Tale in basically one sitting?  It was not a smart move, because while the show is beautiful, it’s also incredibly disturbing and dark, and definitely not mean to be binged, which is why I’m excited that I’m caught up for season two, because I can just watch one episode a week, and book lots of therapy sessions in between.

Bravo confirmed today that Season 2 of the Emmy® and Golden Globe Award-winning series The Handmaid’s Tale will debut on Sunday, April 29th.  

I’m not going to tell you what the second season is about, because I don’t want to spoil anything, but if you haven’t seen the first season, you can watch it all on Crave TV. But you’ve been warned, don’t watch it all at once.

Here’s a fun fact: Season 1 of the dystopian drama is the most-watched series in Bravo history and was the most-watched series on Canadian Entertainment Specialty during the 2016/2017 broadcast year. And it’s filmed in Toronto. Which is sorta funny because Canada is where the characters try to get to in the show to find safety. 


Mike Morrison