Given how dark and twisted the first season was for Moss' character, it's either exciting or terrifying that the writers have managed to surprise her after all of that. But they've finally been vindicated. Moss' is slated to play the eponymous protagonist, who unexpectedly becomes pregnant and comes across the group in her time of need.
Imminent for Simon Curtis is Goodbye Christopher Robin, a biographical film about Winnie the Pooh creator A. A. Milne, set for a late September debut. Hayley Schore and Roshan Sethi - both with credits on CBS' Code Black - will write the indie picture.
In her acceptance speech for the Best Actress gong on Sunday, Moss spoke passionately about creating opportunities for women in film.
But there's one person who looked even more tickled than Moss herself: her former Mad Men co-star Jon Hamm. Earlier this year, Moss also landed another starring role on TV - in typhoid fever miniseries Fever.
One of those big questions the show plans to answer from Season 1 is what the heck is up with the "colonies" we heard so much about but never saw.
Hulu's dystopian thriller, based on Booker nominated Margaret Atwood novel The Handmaid's Tale, has already been renewed for a second season, expected to air in 2018, and Moss is taking on another project about women's rights, having signed up for Call Jane.