Moira and Luke will react differently to June in Season 4 of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ according to Samira Wiley.
Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale has just one episode left, and the season finale will air on Hulu on June 16. June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss) has changed a lot since her time in Gilead, according to the fourth season of the Hulu series. As she tries to adjust to life in Canada, her husband Luke Bankole (O-T Fagbenle) and closest friend Moira Strand (Samira Wiley) have found it extremely difficult.
June is frequently at conflicts with Luke and Moira, as fans have witnessed during the fourth season’s second half. In an interview with The Wrap, Wiley revealed that when it comes to June, Luke and Moira will have various levels of acceptance.
[Warning: This article includes spoilers for The Handmaid’s Tale season 4 episode 9.]
In ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ June has trouble adjusting.
June will have a lot of trauma to digest once she arrives in Canada. Moira knows June’s trauma because she grew up in Gilead, and she advises Luke to be gentle with her.
Moira and June are at odds by the eighth episode of season four, “Testimony.” While Moira works hard to recover and move on from Gilead, June is still enraged by what happened to her. Luke is likewise having trouble reconnecting with his wife after years apart.
Wiley told The Wrap of Moira and Luke, “I think they have to lean on each other and I anticipate the late-night chats they have about June.” “Imagine this: ‘She’s different, she’s not the same.’ And the tears that flow as a result.”
“There’s a line Luke says in, I believe it’s Episode 6, where she says, ‘What if I’m not what you think I am?’” she continued. “I’ll just love whoever you turn up to be,” he says.
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