The Handmaid’s Tale has become a cultural force since it first premiered in 2017 on Hulu. The show follows the story of a handmaid named June. In the state of Gilead. In the face of a worldwide fertility crisis, Gilead’s approach is to force fertile women, known as handmaids, to conceive children for the country’s elite class. The show displays a strong opinion and asthenic. Earning it a slew of Emmys and other prestigious awards. Not only has The Handmaid’s Tale received rave reviews, but the Hulu exclusive has also inspired political activists across the world. The third season of the series ended in August 2019. It made a significant fanbase, and after its third season, it left its fans waiting for the next one.
What’s The Premiere Date For The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4?
The Handmaid’s Tale was officially announced to be renewed for a fourth season during the Television Critics Association press tour. There is yet no official announcement for the upcoming season release date. But fans are pretty excited of June’s resistance movement cheered the news of the show’s continuation, there is currently no word on an official release date.
In an exclusive interview with IndieWire, The Handmaid’s Tale showrunner Bruce Miller confirmed that, while the second and third seasons ran 13 episodes each, season 4 will have a total of ten episodes — the same number as the show’s inaugural season. According to Miller, the decision is “100% creative” and further explains that “some storylines just seem to shake out as a ten-episode story.”
What Would Season 4 Bring For June
In the third season finale, June successfully traffics more than 50 children out of Gilead and safely into Canada. However, while protecting the children from a Gilead guard, June is shot in the shoulder.
June is carried away by the other handmaids, with imagery uncomfortably mimicking that of a funeral procession. The final shots of June have left many fans speculating as to whether the Handmaid has succumbed to her wounds. Is Operation Mayday June’s last act of rebellion? If June is dead, will season 4 feature a new protagonist?