Lights, camera, action! Elisabeth Moss continued filming season five of The Handsmaid's Tale with co-stars O-T Fagbenle and Samira Wiley on Monday
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Elisabeth Moss continued filming season five of The Handsmaid’s Tale with co-stars O-T Fagbenle and Samira Wiley on Monday.

The trio appeared to be cleaning graffiti from the sidewalk as they shot scenes in Toronto, Canada.

The scene appeared to be taking place over the course of some time as the stars were spotted making various costume changes.

Lights, camera, action! Elisabeth Moss continued filming season five of The Handsmaid's Tale with co-stars O-T Fagbenle and Samira Wiley on Monday

Lights, camera, action! Elisabeth Moss continued filming season five of The Handsmaid’s Tale with co-stars O-T Fagbenle and Samira Wiley on Monday

Elisabeth, 39, who stars as June, was spotted crouched on the floor wearing a sky blue T-shirt, jeans, and white sneakers.

She was also seen sporting a grey T-shirt and blue jacket as she continued cleaning the mess with her friends.

O-T, 41, who plays June’s husband Luke, wore a long-sleeve orange top and jeans, but was also seen rocking a blue shirt and green slacks.

Samira, 35, in character as Moira Strand, wore a black top, beige slacks and colorful sneakers and was also seen in a rainbow print top.

Putting in the leg work: The trio appeared to be scrubbing faded red graffiti from the sidewalk

Putting in the leg work: The trio appeared to be scrubbing faded red graffiti from the sidewalk 

Filming also involved a scene showing Canadian protestors demonstrating against Americans fleeing to their country.  

Several vehicles were pictured driving down the street with signs demanding Americans ‘go home’ and imagery of a middle finger.

In March, The Handsmaid’s Tale star Samira Wiley revealed what fans can expect from Elisabeth’s character June in season five.

Demonstration: The scene appeared to also involve Canadian protestors demonstrating against Americans fleeing to their country

Demonstration: The scene appeared to also involve Canadian protestors demonstrating against Americans fleeing to their country

‘We’re picking up, really exactly where we left off,’ she said on The View. ‘Everyone who saw the season finale knows what happened with Commander Waterford. And so June, as always, is in a little bit of trouble.

‘But she’s in Canada now, and she’s living with Moira, my character, and also her husband, Luke,’ Samira added.

‘She has resources around her now that she hasn’t had before living in Gilead. So, we’ll see how that will play out. How June can fight Gilead from within Canada and the help of her friends,’ she continued.

'She's in Canada now': In March, The Handsmaid's Tale star Samira Wiley revealed what fans can expect from Elisabeth's character June in season five; pictured 2017

‘She’s in Canada now’: In March, The Handsmaid’s Tale star Samira Wiley revealed what fans can expect from Elisabeth’s character June in season five; pictured 2017

According to Ann Dowd, who plays Aunt Lydia Clements, shooting started earlier this year.

‘We begin shooting in February,’ she told The Independent back in February.

She also teased some of the excitement awaiting fans: ‘I’ve read the first couple of episodes and all I can say is they’re so good. I just didn’t see any of this stuff coming. To be able to get to season five and you’re thinking, “What?!”

‘Not in an outlandish way where you’re thinking, “Wait a minute, how could that happen?” It’s like: “[gasps] that is fantastic.” It’s really good.’

In production: According to Ann Dowd, who plays Aunt Lydia Clements, shooting started earlier this year

In production: According to Ann Dowd, who plays Aunt Lydia Clements, shooting started earlier this year

Meanwhile, an unburnable edition of The Handsmaid’s Tale has gone up for auction, and all proceeds will be donated to PEN America, a non-profit aiming to promote free expression.

The Handsmaid’s Tale author Margaret Atwood was shown in a video unsuccessfully attempting to burn the inflammable book using a flamethrower.

Since its publication in 1985, The Handmaid’s Tale has been banned in schools in the US and UK for more than 30 years due to its vulgarity, profanity, and sexual themes.

It was ranked in the top 40 of 100 books that are most frequently challenged books by The American Library Association.

Burn book: The Handsmaid's Tale author Margaret Atwood was shown in a video unsuccessfully attempting to burn the inflammable book using a flamethrower

Burn book: The Handsmaid’s Tale author Margaret Atwood was shown in a video unsuccessfully attempting to burn the inflammable book using a flamethrower

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