St. Catharines is getting a makeover. The Handmaid's Tale is filming in the region and has remodeled it to look like the dystopian setting of Gilead.\nThe season four shoot is taking place both in St. Catharines and Port Colborne, says NiagaraThisWeek.The handmaids have taken over the city's Meridian Centre for production.\nEditor's Choice: Ford Calls Whole Foods 'Disgusting & Disgraceful' For Their Poppy Ban\nDystopian future comes to Port Colborne as The Handmaid’s Tale films for Season 4https://t.co/doyjlseyx8 pic.twitter.com/DgJHteBrhD— Niagara this Week (@NiagarathisWeek) November 5, 2020\n\n\nOn Thursday, filming took place at Ceres Global Ag’s Port Colborne terminal.\nElisabeth Moss stars in the leading role as the handmaid Offred. \n View this post on Instagram Congratulations to my Handmaids Tale family for 10 Emmy nominations!!! It’s an honor to be nominated as an Executive Producer of this show and im so proud of everyone who pours their heart into making this show what it is... and the best place to come to work. A special congratulations to @bradleywhitford @whododatlikedat and Alexis, my incredible hair and makeup team led by Burton and Paul, our casting directors, and our VFX team, and our brilliant genius inspiring bad ass production designer @eliwilli2... there are so many people that go into making this show and each and every one of them was recognized today for their incredible hard work, brilliance and artistry. I love you guys and thank you for lifting me up every day ❤️ PS also we are working hard to get back to work and bring you season 4... it’s gonna be epic 😉💃🏼😈 A post shared by Elisabeth Moss (@elisabethmossofficial) on Jul 29, 2020 at 12:16am PDT\n\nAlongside Moss, the show stars Alexis Bledel, Samira Wiley, and Madeline Brewer.\nPerhaps some of these Hollywood stars will make an appearance in small-town Ontario this week.\nIn September, the cast and crew were in Ontario's Brant County for filming. They've had to make some changes this year, switching over to an in-studio set as opposed to on-location.\nThe TV series is an adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, originally published in 1985. Season 4 is set to hit Hulu in 2021.