Hulu’s The Handmaids Tale won the Golden Globe for best drama series Sunday night.
The dystopian drama beat out Netflix’s The Crown, HBO’s Game of Thrones, Netflix’s Stranger Things and NBC’s This Is Us for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s top TV drama prize.
Showrunner Bruce Miller thanked “all the people in this in this room, and the country and the world who do everything they can to stop The Handmaid’s Tale from becoming real — keep doing that.”
In addition, series star Elisabeth Moss won the Golden Globe on Sunday for best actress in a TV drama.
The win comes a few months after the freshman season of Handmaid’s Tale won the Emmy for best drama series and Moss won the Emmy for best TV drama actress. The Emmys and Globes often go different directions in their choices, but such is the strength of the acclaimed drama that it pulled off the rare trick of winning both categories in both award shows.
Season 2 of Handmaid’s Tale begins streaming on Hulu in April.
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