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What Time Does The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Episode 7 Premiere?

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Episode 7 is almost here. Once again, after the way last week’s episode ended, most fans are going to want to watch this newest episode as soon as possible. But exactly what time can you start watching? Depending on your time zone, you can either watch the new episode starting Tuesday night, May 25 or early Wednesday morning, May 26.

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Season 4 Episode 7 Will Be on Hulu Late Tuesday Night or Early Wednesday Morning

The new episode will drop on Hulu late Tuesday night, May 25 or early morning Wednesday, May 26 depending on your time zone. If you’re on the West Coast, you’ll be able to catch it on primetime Tuesday night even before you go to sleep. But any time you go to watch Wednesday afternoon or evening, the episode should be there.

More specifically, Episode 7 drops at 12 a.m. Eastern on Wednesday, May 26. In the Central time zone, that’s 11 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, May 25. In Mountain time, that’s 10 p.m. And on the West Coast in Pacific time, it will premiere at 9 p.m. Pacific on Tuesday, May 25. In Hawaii, you can watch at 6 p.m. on May 25, and in Alaska, that’s 8 p.m. on May 25 in Juneau.

If you’re on the East coast, you might want to wait until Wednesday afternoon or evening to watch rather than staying up really late. The Handmaid’s Tale has a way of surprising us, and sometimes it can be tough to sleep after an episode.


How to Watch Online

You can ONLY watch The Handmaid’s Tale on Hulu in the United States. It’s not available on Netflix. The new season will eventually be added to Amazon Prime Video, but not yet.

You can watch The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Episode 7 at this linkJust search for The Handmaid’s Tale and the new episode will be on Hulu once it’s available. Plans start at just $5.99 a month, so it’s pretty inexpensive to watch.

Hulu is also offering a free trial, in case you want to try the service.

If you’re outside the U.S., you’ll need to watch The Handmaid’s Tale through a different streaming service if Hulu isn’t available in your country. Because of that, the time and date that it drops will be different for you too. In the UK, Channel 4 will have the new season, and Amazon Prime UK will also have it eventually, but not yet.

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SBS Australia is showing each episode on the same day it premieres in the U.S. HBO Nordic will have the episodes to stream a day after they air in the U.S. In Romania, HBO will release the new episodes on the same day as Hulu.


What Happened Last Week?

Spoilers from last week are below. 

Last week was an emotionally heart-wrenching episode. While it didn’t have the cliffhanger like the week before with Moira finding June, we were still left wondering just how June would handle life now that she’s in Canada. Her heartbreaking apology to Luke when they finally reunited gutted fans, as she told him: “I’m sorry it’s just me.” Luke was quick to reassure her that he was thrilled to have her, even if she couldn’t bring Hannah. But June’s heartbreak was palpable. She struggled the entire boat trip with returning to Canada and is only there now because of Moira’s intervention. And Luke, meanwhile, stayed true to June no matter how long he had to wait, and has been raising June’s daughter Nicholle. But how will things be between June and Luke, considering everything that’s happened between them? And especially now that she has feelings for Nick? And what will June do when she finally confronts the Waterfords from a position of freedom?

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Stephanie Dwilson started Post Apocalyptic Media with her husband Derek. Her favorite shows of all-time are Battlestar Galactica and Lost, and she's always happy to talk about her cats. 🙂

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