'The Handmaid's Tale,' Hulu's 10-episode adaptation of Margaret Atwood's 1985 novel, tells the story of a near-future New England where women are stripped of their reproductive rights and forced to bear children as an answer to the nation's plunging birth rates. The series, which begins streaming today, stars Elisabeth Moss, Joseph Fiennes, and Alexis Bledel. Though the idea of turning the book into a show was being kicked around for years, there's something eerie about the show debuting in the midst of our current political environment. We spoke to the show's cast and creators about dystopia, feminism and human rights after Trump. "On TV, if all you see is an all-white world, what's the difference between making a show that's about racists and making a racist show?" showrunner Bruce Miller says. "You're still telling the white-girl story. My central idea for Gilead was that fertility trumps everything." To read to full story, head to RollingStone.com.