In the trailer of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale 5‘ the first consequences we see is of the murder. Bruce Miller revealed that the new season will focus on the “June-Serena issue.”
Little is missing: on September 14, the new episodes of The Handmaid’s Tale 5 will be released, and we will finally discover the fate of June.
The finale of the fourth season, in fact, has definitely left us in suspense, and so does the new trailer just released now of The Handmaid’s Tale 5.
Hulu, in fact, has released a preview of the fifth season.
You need to look at it several times to put the pieces together: it seems that in the new episodes of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale 5’, the action will not be lacking.
“We’re picking up exactly where we left off,” Samira Wiley, who plays Moira, June’s best friend, told The View some time ago, “anyone who saw last season’s finale knows what happened with Commander Waterford. And June is a bit of trouble. “
In the trailer (SPOILER), we see, in fact, the first consequences of the murder committed: “I killed him, and I liked him too much,” June tells Luke, with a look that does not bode well. Apparently, our heroine is in the middle of a destructive (or self-destructive) spiral: “I want her to know it was me,” she says, referring to Serena.
After all, showrunner Bruce Miller revealed that the new season will focus on the “June-Serena issue.”
First trailor of the new season ‘The Handmaid’s Tale 5’ is released
There will be open war between the two women even if, in several scenes, Ms. Waterford does not seem to have a good time, alone without her husband and pregnant.
“Fear can be very dangerous,” she tells June Mark Trello, representative of the United States government in Canada, speaking of Serena’s blind anger.
“You scared Gilead,” he said, “The handmaid killed her commander; they will not be able to let this happen.”
Indeed, it is clear that the Gilead government intends to ” cut off her.”
June keeps away from storm: from the trailer, it’s clear that, at some point, to retrace her steps, ex-maid will leave Canada.
It was to be expected (not without a bit of frustration), but this choice will certainly complicate things, perhaps opening a new phase in the rebellion of the maids.