The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Updates: “The handmaid’s tale” is a dystopian American television series based on the book with the same title written by Margaret Atwood. The series came into being for Hulu in 2016.
The show depicted the plight of Handmaids in a dystopia world so accurately that the show has since then been continually renewed. In July 2019, the series was renewed for a fourth season, which premiered on April 27, 2021. The series has already been renewed for a fifth season.
The show has an intricate plot that revolves around June Osborne, renamed Offred set in Gilead. In the beginning of the show she was shown trying to flee Gilead with her husband and daughter but was caught and assigned to the home of the Gileadan Commander Fred Waterford and his wife Serena Joy, whereas her daughter was given to an upper class family to be raised and her husband successfully flees to Canada. The show also shows her yearning to get back together with her husband and daughter.
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Latest Details
The show only focuses on one Handmaid but there must be more existing in the republic of Gilead. The show has telecasted way beyond its original source materials talking about the Republic of Ginead and its state of affairs.
Handmaids appear as the solution for the decreasing birth rates So only one Handmaids could not have the responsibility to bring the birthdate up.
In 2019, this question was circling around about how many Handmaids do you think there are in the republic of Ginead and people came up with their theories on the basis of the show pointing out that in the trial for Handmaid Ofglen (aka Emily), she is referred to as “Handmaid 8967” while her partner is “Martha 6715301.”
According to this, then, there must’ve been at least 8,967 Handmaids but not even 50 Handmaids have been shown in the show who were named and recognised.
Fans are wondering whether season 5 would be addressing this and bringing out the plight of more Handmaids out on the screen for the viewers.
Stay tuned for more updates.