Fans are so curious to know about Handmaid’s Tale Season 4. If you’re one of them here we have for you a complete article with spoilers and details you asked for.
The season-ender which started streaming Wednesday, ends with June, Emily and a bunch of faithfully raging former ‘maids chasing the state-sanctioned rapist through the woods and tearing him to pieces once they find him. The moment is cathartic, bloody and it appears to put June on a road that could take her away from the husband and daughter with whom she reunited lately.
What does the Finale mean for June
After years of trying to get out of Gilead, June Osborne finally did it. She finally got her revenge after all these years spent another control and abuse of Fred Waterford. But we are really inquisitive about what happens next…
In the finale of season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale, June finally tastes sweet vengeance when she corners Fred in the woods with a number of other women and beat him to death.
The following morning Nuke (June’s husband) finds June bloodied and distraught in her daughter’s room. He suspects that something terrible has happened but he can’t seem to guess what exactly. June already starts to guess what Luke is thinking even before he says anything.
She whispers to him,” I know, I’m sorry. Just give me five minutes, okay? Just give me 5 minutes with her and I’ll go.” But the audience is bewildered as to where exactly will June go and why does she have to leave?
One of the reasons that we can think of is that she might have to answer for killing Fred in the woods of No man’s land, but the show runner Bruce miller want to emphasize that June’s exit would be her own decision, if she has to go through with it.
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In a recent interview with variety Millar said, “I very much want it to be her choice, not consequences, because once its consequences, it’s just her dealing with those consequences. And of course, there will be that [down the line], but right now, there’s no crime. Nobody has any idea what happened. Fred’s gone; he was traded.”
Another possibility that strikes our mind is that she doesn’t go at all. Baby episode and junior still fresh from her long-awaited reckoning and we can clearly see that on her face. In another interview with entertainment weekly min also said, “Well, I don’t know if she’s gonna leave. She feels like she has to.”
Elisabeth Moss, who plays the anti-heroine, told The Hollywood Reporter, “June’s choice to pursue vengeance “makes sense character-wise.” She also added jokingly, “What is the show if she doesn’t choose revenge; she lives happily ever after in the Three’s Company house with Nichole?”
Moss has explained in an Interview with the THR, “Even after escaping Gilead, June is still very much living with trauma.” The fans could easily make out that she’s in guilt when June tells Emily in the finale that she couldn’t just let go that easily. She further added, “She has been changed too much, her life is this war on Gilead and that’s her purpose in life. There’s nothing else that can be done.”
Miller told Deadline, “That closing scene captures – Her changing from June as a handmaid in Gilead to June as an avenger with more choices but more responsibility.”
We’re just going to have to wait for the Season Five of, “The Handmaid’s Tale” to witness what Luke, June and the rest of the crew have in store for us.
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4: Cast
The main cast of Handmaid’s Tale includes Elisabeth Moss as June Osborne / Offred / Ofjoseph, Joseph Fiennes as Commander Fredrick , Yvonne Strahovski as Serena Joy Waterford, Alexis Bledel as Dr. Emily Malek Ph.D., Madeline Brewer as Janine Lindo / Ofwarren / Ofdaniel / Ofhoward, Ann Dowd as Aunt Lydia Clements, O. T. Fagbenle as Luke Bankole, Samira Wiley as Moira Strand, June’s best friend since college, Amanda Brugel as Rita Blue Bradley Whitford as Commander Joseph Lawrence and Sam Jaeger as Mark Tuello.