The Handmaid’s Tale premiered on Hulu in 2017 and was met with near-universal acclaim, winning eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama Series. Set in a dystopian future in which fertile women are forced into child-bearing slavery, The Handmaid’s Tale is now well beyond the book it is based on, expanding author Margaret Atwood’s original vision. Season 4 of the hit series just wrapped up, and June Osborne’s journey has never been so perilous. Looking for a breakdown of how the season wrapped up? Curious about what it all means for Season 5? Here’s the ending of The Handmaid’s Tale, Season 4, explained.
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