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.
Is Offred a reformer, a revolutionary or just a desperate character fighting in her own self-interest?
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.