The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Ending Explained: Justice Is Served

For the longest time, “The Handmaid’s Tale” viewers have maintained that getting out of Gilead would solve all of June’s (Elisabeth Moss) problems.

After a tumultuous fourth season, we’ve seen June finally enjoy a taste of freedom after many years of being subjected to rigorous systemic injustice and violent ordeals.

On a more shocking note, June carried out her own form of justice when she avenged herself and countless other women by orchestrating a plan to take down her abuser Fred Waterford (Joseph Fiennes), for good.

Here’s the thing, though — seeking refuge in Canada has only made June angrier, and it will take some time for Gilead to get out of her mind.Upon learning that Fred Waterford would be set free in Geneva for yielding to the Canadian government, June recruited the assistance of Commander Lawrence (Bradley Whitford) and Nick (Max Minghella).

They offered the Canadian government a deal

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