Yvonne Strahovski is set to reprise her role as Serena Joy Waterford in Handmaid’s Tale Season 5. She previously played the role in the second season of the series, which earned her two Primetime Emmy nominations. In addition to her role in The Handmaid’s Tale, Strahovski has also appeared in Chuck, Dexter, and the video game series Mass Effect.
Season five of The Handmaid’s Tale will premiere on Hulu in the US on September 14, 2022. The show will also air on Channel 4 in the UK. The new season of The Handmaid’s Tale will include ten episodes and will air on Sundays at 9 pm.
Strahovski previously starred in The Predator. She has also lent her voice to the animated film Batman: Bad Blood. The film is one of the few DC animated movies to feature multiple members of the Batfamily. Strahovski also played the role of Kate Kane, better known as Batwoman. This role is so iconic that she has her live-action television show.
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 5 cast is set to include the likes of Yvonne Strahovski, Clive Owen, and Fayssal Baazi. The cast will feature a young flight attendant, an Afghan native, a family man, and a bureaucrat.
Elisabeth Moss to return as June Osborne
Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” has already revealed that Elisabeth Moss will be returning as June Osborne in season 5. Moss talked about her character’s past, how she came to be, and how she plans to bring this character’s story to a new level in season 5. Moss breaks down the five-season storyline into two main themes: June Osborne and Serena. The actor also elaborated on the relationship between June and Serena, as well as June and Mrs. Waterford.
The series has won dozens of awards, including 15 Emmys. Moss’ performance in Season 4 led to further speculation about her future role. Season 5 of “The Handmaid’s Tale” is slated to premiere on September 14, 2022, on Hulu.
Moss’s character has a complicated relationship with Serena, the queen of Gilead. While the two are at odds with each other, they have been able to work together on certain things. For example, Serena helped June conceive Nichole instead of Fred and helped the baby Nichole escape. Serena also reminds June that she took Hannah away from her. Meanwhile, Hannah remains a prisoner in Gilead.
Elisabeth Moss has confirmed that she will return as June Osborne in season 5 of The Handmaid’s Tale. She also serves as an executive producer and director on the Hulu series. The premiere episode of Season 5 will open in the aftermath of the fourth season finale. After taking revenge on Fred Waterford, June is in a trance-like state as she drives to the woman who helped her tear him apart. The Handmaid’s Tale season 5 premieres on Hulu every Wednesday at midnight ET.
Yvonne Angelson to play Gilead
Yvonne Angelson has been cast as one of the Gilead characters in the upcoming fifth season of The Handmaid’s Tale. She will portray Mrs. Wheeler, a wealthy Canadian who idolizes the show’s main character, Serena Waterford. This character will play a key role in Gilead’s rise in Toronto, where Serena is attempting to raise her profile in the city. The recurring role will last for five episodes.
Yvonne Angelson’s casting suggests trouble for Moss’ character, June. After expanding her influence into Canada in the fourth season, Serena will try to tighten her hold on a democratic nation in season five. Both nations will have supporters, so June and her resistance network will have to work to fight against both of them.
Season five of The Handmaid’s Tale has a new cast, and Yvonne Angelson is one of the latest to join the cast. Angelson will play Lily, a former Martha who is trying to lead the resistance against the growth of the totalitarian regime. Her casting follows Alexis Bledel’s recent announcement that she would not be returning for the fifth season. Bledel’s character, Emily, won an Emmy for her performance in the fourth season. Moss will still star in the series’ fifth season.
Although Serena Angelson is the “bad guy” in the show, the actress may push her character to extremes. This could bring the character to a state of infamy and prison. This would be a big mistake as June has a history of being the victim of abuse. Her character could become the next big image in the Handmaid’s Tale Season 5.