Watch! The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 Episode 9 Full Online. We get back again today as we are ready to watch for it finally, The Handmaid’s Tale season 2 episode 9: Smart Power. What to expect then? The Waterfords embark on a diplomatic trip abroad. Serena faces the temptation of life outside Gilead. Luke and Moira grapple with survivor’s guilt. Offred seeks support from allies.
“Women’s Work” recap here, Offred helps Serena to complete Fred’s work while he is too ill from his bomb injuries to do so himself. Serena tells Offred that Janine’s child is sick, and Offred arranges for Janine to see the baby. Serena unsuccessfully petitions Fred to allow the sick child to be seen by a Martha who prior to the Gilead revolution was one of the nation’s top neonatologists.
Upon his refusal, Serena forges her husband’s signature in order to facilitate this. When Fred discovers this, he beats Serena with his belt as Offred is forced to watch.
Meanwhile, Eden is working hard to please Nick, but after rearranging his garret and uncovering the bundle of handmaids’ letters he is keeping safe for Offred, he becomes aggressive towards her, demanding that she never touch his belongings. The episode ends with Janine singing to and bouncing her child as she gurgles happily; Janine is in a state of undress, paying tribute to the theory that skin-to-skin maternal contact can solve a variety of infant maladies.
A great chance finally to watch for it after all, The Handmaid’s Tale season 2 episode 9 online. A straight-to-series order by Hulu of The Handmaid’s Tale was announced in April 2016, with Elisabeth Moss set to star.
Based on the 1985 novel of the same name by Margaret Atwood, the series was created by Bruce Miller, who is also an executive producer with Daniel Wilson, Fran Sears, and Warren Littlefield. Atwood serves as consulting producer, giving feedback on some of the areas where the series expands upon or modernizes the book.
She also played a small cameo role in the first episode. Moss is also a producer. In June 2016, Reed Morano was announced as director of the series. Samira Wiley, Max Minghella, and Ann Dowd joined the cast in July 2016.
Joseph Fiennes, Madeline Brewer, and Yvonne Strahovski were cast in August 2016, followed by O. T. Fagbenle and Amanda Brugel in September 2016. In October 2016, Ever Carradine joined the cast, and Alexis Bledel was added in January 2017.
Filming on the series took place in Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton, Oakville, and Cambridge, Ontario, from September 2016 to February 2017. The first full trailer of the TV series was released by Hulu on YouTube on March 23, 2017. The series premiered on April 26, 2017.
On May 3, 2017, The Handmaid’s Tale was renewed for a second season to premiere in 2018. Moss told the news media that the subsequent episodes would cover further developments in the story, filling in some of the unanswered questions and continuing the narrative already “finished” in the book. The second season consists of 13 episodes and began filming in fall 2017. Alexis Bledel returned as a series regular.
Showrunner Bruce Miller stated that he envisioned 10 seasons of the show, stating, “Well, you know, honestly, when I started, I tried to game out in my head what would ten seasons be like? If you hit a home run, you want energy to go around the bases, you want enough story to keep going, if you can hook the audience to care about these people enough that they’re actually crying at the finale.”
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