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Elisabeth Moss Says ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Didn’t Feel Like ‘Just Crazy Sci-Fi’ After Roe V. Wade Overturned

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The actress opened up about how it feels to work on the show, as so many people have drawn parallels between Gilead and the current-day United States.

Elisabeth Moss revealed that the team behind her hit series The Handmaid’s Tale have major discussions about issues reflected in the show as so many have made comparisons to the dystopian Gilead and the United States in wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade. Elisabeth opened up about the importance of having those discussions during an interview on The View on Monday, September 26.

Elisabeth admitted that there were both “professional” and “personal experiences” that the show’s team brought when they made the Hulu series, which is now in its fifth season, and she revealed that they wished the show wasn’t quite so believable. “We wish this was a crazy sci-fi—just like, ‘I can’t believe this. This would never happen.’ That would be much more fun for us, and that would be much more fun to make and much more fun to talk about,” she remarked.

From the personal angle “as women and citizens and humans,” Elisabeth revealed that the crew has major discussions about issues while working on the show. “We’re telling this story through this woman’s lens, and this one character. There are a lot of different experiences from the people who work on the show, and so, of course we have those conversations,” she said.

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