The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 June will die or not? Here is everything that showrunner Bruce Miller says about
The Handmaid’s tale was entertaining us with a lot of stories for the previous 4 Seasons. And we expected that the show will do the same after three hard-hitting seasons.
We are awaiting that in the upcoming strings June will be fighting to her way out of Gilead. But… But… But…!
There are news reports which raise question marks on the existing of June? So here we have insights that will notify you with every single update of the show.
Rumors say that June will be killed off just before the show concludes. Actually, after Season 1 and Season 2 the show lost its spark. The recent third season of the HULU show was perhaps its toughest.
The character June is represented by Elisabeth Moss and in the last season she was facing political and physical challenges whilst taking on the draconian might of Gilead. She takes a huge number of children to a plane and moves toward Canada.
In the climax of season three, we saw June met a dark fate. She was struggling for her freedom during which she was shot, and left for dead. But eventually, she was found by her fellow handmaids. That lady brings her to safety, leaving us unsure if she was alive or not.
But we guess June is not so lucky because showrunner Bruce Miller is teasing that the show will not progress more.
What is the showrunner Bruce Miller saying about it?
In an interview, Bruce explained that June’s story governs the show. But as she is putting her life in fireline she is risking one more time. Bruce also put light on the suspense that when viewers will see the end of her story.
He told: “I think when we get there is when we reach the end of June’s story.
In the meantime, however, June actor Elisabeth has spoken out about the new episodes taking longer to film.
Speaking to Digital Spy she explained: “the reason why it’s taken a little bit longer, besides just timing, is that we are making it a bit of a bigger season this year.
“We’re stretching the limits of our capabilities, production-wise, and we’re on the move a lot.”
Yes. It is very heartbreaking but the has come to its end. And now we would not be able to witness June on the screen.