When you think of a TV show, you might picture a series like The Big Bang Theory, which was hugely popular for its groundbreaking sci-fi premise.
But there’s another TV series that could take the cake: the next big hit of the year.
With a budget of $60 million and a cast of actors who’ve seen their share of movies, the next great TV hit could be The Handmaid’s Tale, according to the TV show’s creators.
It could even be The Americans, if that show is a hit.
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, co-creator and showrunner Sam Esmail revealed he and co-writer/executive producer Alex Kurtzman are “not sure” if the show will get a second season.
The Handmaiden’s Tale’s first season will air in 2017.
It’s the latest in a series of TV series to take off in 2017 or 2018.
This year’s hit was American Horror Story, and the second season of Homeland, which premieres next month.
Esmail said he’s not sure if he’ll make the same decision again next year, but he did confirm there is a third season in the works.
“We’re not in a position to say at this point,” he said.
“But the fact that we have a third, and not a second, is pretty remarkable.
We are still very far from having a full season.”
Esmail added he wants to be able to tell his story with “a full story”, and that he’d love to do another season.
“It’s been the best and the most satisfying year of my life,” he told THR.
“I would love to finish a season of this.
So if we can continue to make the stories that we’ve made the best, I would love it. “
There’s so much great work that’s been done, so much good stories, so many great performances.
The Handmill The first episode of The Handlmaiden series premiered in May, and was an instant hit. “
And if we do, we’ll do it again.”
The Handmill The first episode of The Handlmaiden series premiered in May, and was an instant hit.
The show was produced by Lionsgate and starred Elizabeth Banks, Jessica Lange, and Sarah Paulson.
The storyline revolves around the first handmaid, an Irish woman who is taken to a church in the US, where she is taken over by the Handmaids, a religious sect who believe in the Handmaids.
It was the first show in which Esmail and Kurtzman were involved, and they were even cast as Handmaidens in the second episode.
The series is set in the dystopian world of the novel by Margaret Atwood, and follows the Handmill as they go about their lives.
Esme is also producing a series based on the book, The Handmilk, which will star Jessica Lange and is set to air in 2018.
The novel, which won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for fiction, tells the story of a woman who wakes up one morning with no memory of where she’s been or what happened to her.
Her life is turned upside down when her husband, a Handmaid, takes her to an asylum in New Jersey, where the Handmilks are told she can return to her life as a normal person.
Esmails, who also wrote the novels, said he and Kurtz have always loved the novel, but didn’t have the budget to make it into a series.
“In our first season, we did it and we loved it,” he revealed.
“Our second season was more of a passion project and we were in love with it.
We were really into it and that was the goal. “
That was the thing about it.
We were really into it and that was the goal.
And we have an incredible cast and we are going to make a great show.” “
The first season was a passion show, and I’m very proud of that.
And we have an incredible cast and we are going to make a great show.”
The show is set on a world where there’s a massive population of Handmaides who are kept in isolation and their lives are governed by a religion called the Hand.
The main characters in the show are the Hand milquetoast sisters, Handmaid Elizabeth (Lange), Handmaid Sarah (Paulson), and Handmaid Mary (Lemons).
In The Hand and the other novels, the Hand is the “king”, the god who governs the world.
The first novel, The Unforgiven, is set 200 years before The Hand in which the Hand have taken over a US army base and are waging war on the country.
The second novel, A Dance with Dragons, takes place 200 years after The Hand took over a UK military base.
Esmaels said that they were able to cast Elizabeth Banks in the role of Handmack, the protagonist of the second novel.
“Elizabeth is great,” Esmail told THR, “and she’s just so fun.
She’s a character