Critic Consensus: "Late" lingers long after the credits roll thanks to a gut-wrenching, heartbreaking performance from Alexis Bledel.
Critic reviews for Late
Has there been a science fiction dystopia less inimical to pulpy escapism than that conjured by this adaptation of Margaret Atwood's cult novel?
Oh gods, The Handmaid's Tale. You went there. The way actress Alexis Bledel conveyed her horror was simply breathtaking.
It's hard to watch this episode and not think about every "We all let Trump happen" tweet.
Even through all the sexism and control, women connect with each other, and the show's biggest strength is in how those relationships are cultivated.
Of all the dark things that happen during these first three episodes, nothing put an actual chill in my spine quite like this voiceover in episode three
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