Last week’s episode of The Handmaid’s Tale set up some major storylines that are going to play out in The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Episode 10 finale. The Hulu trailer and the trailer from Israel are both now available, so we have spoilers and clues about what to expect as the season comes to a close.
The New Episode Is Called ‘The Wilderness’
The next episode is called Progress. The official synopsis for Season 4 Episode 10, released by Hulu, reads: “June draws on all her resources and relationships, risking everything to ensure her own kind of justice.”
This synopsis is chilling. Does this mean June is going to try to kill Tuello, like she was yelling about when Episode 9 ended? Or is she going to go straight for the Waterfords?
Here’s the trailer from Hulu.
The majority of the trailer focuses on June trying to deal with the fact that Fred Waterford is going to go free. (And this leaves me wondering how Canada can trust him that much. Won’t they at least keep an ankle monitor on him to make sure he doesn’t go straight back to Gilead after feeding them false intel?)
The Israeli Trailer Reveals More
The trailer released in Israel reveals more about the plot.
The Israeli trailer has Tuello explaining again that Fred is providing important intel. But then we learn from Moira that they are sending Fred to Geneva! What?!
June says darkly, “Maybe he’s more important than I am.”
We also see a very brief clip where it appears that Lawrence and Tuello are meeting. So that is interesting. Lawrence tells Tuello that he hasn’t lost his touch, so it seems like these two have some type of history.
June insists to Tuello that there’s no way Fred is more important than “these women.” I’m sure Tuello thinks that his move is going to ultimately help even more women who are still in Gilead. But perhaps June is coming up with a plan that will make Fred’s intel irrelevant?
The trailers leave me with more questions than answers, and I really can’t wait to see what’s next. It’s just hard to believe that this is truly the last episode of the season. But here we are.