Recently Handmaid’s Tale star Elisabeth Moss reveals the real reason for which season 4 is facing delay. In another statement creator, Bruce Miller explains the conclusion of season 3.
Handmaid’s Tale season 2 finale led way to many controversies and fans were full of questions about Elisabeth Moss aka June Osborne’s decision to stay in Gilead and search for her Daughter Hannah (Jordan Blake), rather leaving, in fact escaping, with her infant daughter. There would be various answers to the question but what happened actually depends on the viewers’ impression. It may pave the way for the liberation of other children from Gilead.
Mayday, the season 3 finale, centers on the rescue of dozens of children from Gilead and June takes full responsibility to execute the plan. She tries her best not to hurt or harm anyone but due to an unwanted fight in the dead of the night, she shoots a Gilead guard in the head from point-blank range. It is not the first time she held a gun.
To explain the horrifying scenes of the Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 finale, creator Bruce Miller says, “It’s an instinct that June has developed, and it’s horrible.” He further adds to the harrowing scene, “She turns around with a gun and points it in the face of a little kid because the little kid’s screaming. What does that say about June? A few seconds later, she says, ‘My daughter’s that age.’
June accomplish the mission by staying behind in Gilead while children land in Canada. She nurses her wounds and her sacrifice work as all the children lands safely in Canada. Another reason for June’s decision to stay in Gilead is her daughter Hannah because ‘She’s not going to leave without Hannah’.
Now, as the season 3 finale went all right it is the time for another splendid season. But it is not as it looks because in this world of TV shows speculations and rumors are always on high.
In an interview, Handmaid’s Tale star Elisabeth Moss reveals real reason behind the delay of season 4 and it interesting to know as well. She says, ‘we are really stretching the limits of our capabilities’.
To the interest and thrill of fans she says, “We’re not sitting in a studio between four walls very much, so it really is a bigger season and that’s taken a little [longer]. I’ve been in Toronto since mid-January prepping.”
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