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The Handmaid’s Tale season 4 – filming locations revealed


SEASON four of the Handmaid’s Tale is finally here.

But where was the series filmed? Here’s all you need to know…

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Season four of the hit TV show can now be streamed[/caption]

Where is The Handmaid’s Tale filmed? 

The Handmaid’s Tale is mainly filmed in Toronto, Canada.

Toronto City Hall is used in filming.

Streets in Hamilton, Ontario, are also used.

The Waterford house is filmed in Hamilton and is known in real life as the Grand Durand on Aberdeen Avenue.

Coronation Park in Oakville was used to film scenes where the Handmaids are gathered outdoors for different ceremonies.

Toronto is a massive hub of Hollywood filming – with the city regularly being used a stand-in for other cities like New York.

The Handmaid’s Tale was filmed in and around Toronto

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Hamilton, Ontario is used for filming season four[/caption]

Where is The Handmaid’s Tale set? 

The Handmaid’s Tale is based on the 1985 novel of the same name by Margaret Atwood and is set in a dystopian society called Gilead, which used to be part of the United States.

The events in the series take place in what used to be Boston, Massachusetts.

In both the show and the book, the US Government was overthrown by religious Christian fundamentalists years after widespread infertility sweeps across the globe.

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The TV show is set in Boston[/caption]

When is The Handmaid’s Tale out and how can I watch it? 

Fans in the US have been able to stream season four of the Handmaid’s Tale on Hulu since April 28, 2021.

But fans in the UK have been made to wait to watch the latest series of Handmaid’s Tale.

Episode one of season four will be shown in the UK on Sunday 20th June at 9pm on Channel 4.

Elisabeth Moss confirmed that the programme would return for a fifth season.

It was announced on April 27, 2021 that The Handmaid’s Tale would be getting an after show on Hulu titled One Burning Question.


The first of its kind on Hulu, One Burning Question will explore Season 4 of the Emmy-winning drama, with each installment digging deeper into a central theme — or “one burning question” – from each of the season’s 10 episodes.

The show will be hosted by journalist Stacey Wilson Hunt and will premiere each week alongside a new episode of the Handmaid’s Tale.

Episodes will feature The Handmaid’s Tale stars Elisabeth Moss, Madeline Brewer, Ann Dowd and Max Minghella as well as guests like the Bachelorette’s Rachel Lindsay and comedian Whitney Cummings.

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