The Handmaid's Tale

Kylie Jenner’s controversial “Handmaid’s Tale” party — Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she and her husband don’t live together full-time — and is Reese Witherspoon’s daughter dating a Ryan Phillipee look alike? “ICYMI By HuffPost” takes a closer look at some of the most talked about headlines of the week.
The cast of the Hulu series warns that state abortion crackdowns bring the U.S. "one step closer" to the dystopian world of the show.
Actor O-T Fagbenle, who plays Luke Bankole on the Hulu show, talks about the destructive nature of Gilead and the confusion it creates around raising children.
The makeup mogul transformed her house to mirror the brutal regime in the dystopian Hulu drama.
The actress known for playing Aunt Lydia in the Hulu series had some stern words for abortion opponents.
"This isn’t a scene from The Handmaid’s Tale," the 2020 contender told supporters. "This is happening in Alabama ― in our country ― in the year 2019."
She sent out a fundraising email in which she encouraged people to donate to groups supporting reproductive rights, not her presidential campaign.
Hulu’s advertisement for Season 3 of “The Handmaid’s Tale” is a dark play on Ronald Reagan's famous "Morning in America" ad.
Margaret Atwood, the author of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” is writing a sequel to the hit novel.
The bestselling author said "the world we've been living in" helped inspire her upcoming book “The Testaments."
This is the second year in a row the first lady has been blasted for her White House Christmas decorations.
“My heart has melted into a billion pieces a thousand times already," she posted on Instagram.
Neither of us could just sit by while Kavanaugh was considered for such a powerful and influential position.
This year's Emmy nominations have taken a refreshing turn by acknowledging and validating multi-faceted female characters.
It's currently unknown whether the Supreme Court nominee would vote to overturn the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade.
Nominated for another Emmy this year, the beloved "Handmaid's Tale" actress is a ray of sunshine, despite playing dark characters.
With shows like “Sharp Objects,” complicated women are replacing male anti-heroes as TV’s most compelling characters.