Is Offred a reformer, a revolutionary or just a desperate character fighting in her own self-interest?
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An uneasy truce settles over the Waterford household, but how long can the “willful pair” of women at its center keep that peace?
June began this week’s episode a broken woman, having fully reinhabited her role as Offred. Odds are she won’t stay that way for long.
Newly recaptured, June faces a future that looks mighty bleak — and short. But as Offred, her options are somewhat different.
June finds herself torn between two distinct longings: one for her daughter and another for her freedom.
The actress and activist spoke about her experience as a lesbian and a woman of color in the entertainment industry in an interview with Jazmine Hughes of The New York Times.
From the first scene, Season 2 of Hulu’s Emmy-winning drama tests the limits of how much suffering its characters, and its audience, can take.
As the Hulu series moves past Margaret Atwood’s novel, it feels, as it should, like the end of the world.
The series’ second season picks up where Margaret Atwood’s book left off; and the Puerto Rican crooner’s American tour comes to an end.
For her performance as Offred, the longtime TV actor has received her eighth Emmy nomination.