It's all too fitting that Hulu's miniseries reboot of The Handmaid's Tale is heading our way as we enter Trump's America. Even though Margaret Atwood wrote her famed dystopian novel in 1985, the future United States it depicts—a militarized theocratic dictatorship birthed out of Islamophobia that relies on the subjugation of women—hits a liiiiiittle too close to home right now, for obvious reasons. We won't be able to study the Republic of Gilead in streaming format until April, unfortunately, but today Hulu released a slew of stills showing cast members in costume.

Scroll through to see Elisabeth Moss as Offred, the story's heroine; Joseph Fiennes is Commander Waterford, with whom Offred is forced to attempt to procreate; Yvonne Strahovski is the Commander's barren wife; Samira Wiley is Moira, Offred's best friend; and Max Minghella is Nick, Offred's eventual love interest of sorts.

All 10 episodes of The Handmaid's Tale will stream on April 26th, but before then, give Atwood's novel a read if you haven't, or if you just need a refresher. As Moss noted in an interview with Entertainment Weekly earlier this month, "We never wanted the show to be this relevant," but here we are now.