"I know where I am in the story, and I do feel like we're kind of reaching kind of a pivot point, but whether that's the end or not, I don't know," showrunner Bruce Miller tells The Hollywood Reporter following Hulu's Season 5 pickup on Thursday. "It just feels like it's a good time to reassess what you were thinking, just because the story world has opened up because the real world has changed so much." Miller says the coronavirus shutdown, which delayed production on Season 4, has impacted how the show will look. We planned out the whole season, started filming, and then had to stop … everything from locations, to number of people in scenes, to traveling actors, all that stuff had a huge impact on our story, just because it has to, and honestly, we're in a situation where we have to make do with what we can get our hands on. In the end, it was surmountable, and I think we're making an excellent show, and I'm really proud of what we're doing, but it was hard, and it continues to be hard," he says.