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“Game of Thrones” received 22 Emmy nominations, the most of any show. Netflix claimed the most nominations of any service or channel, displacing HBO from the top spot.
Offred makes a bold decision. But is it believable? Or smart?
Season 2 is finished, and the prevailing sentiment among fans and critics is: Huh? Here’s what’s being written.
The second season gave in to the Hulu series’s most tedious instincts, substituting slow stares and endless montage sequences for any actual development.
The Season 2 finale was brutal for Serena, who faced her toughest decision yet. Ms. Strahovski dug into Serena’s choice and the challenges of playing her while pregnant.
The series has long asserted that a mother’s bond is pure and unbreakable. But where does that leave Serena?
In an episode with extremely little dialogue, Elisabeth Moss carried what was easily among the show’s best hours to date.
The episode was particularly gut-wrenching given the week’s real headlines, which is saying something.
Serena’s catastrophic lack of foresight about Gilead has made her the show’s most fascinating character.