Elisabeth Moss in 'The Handmaid's Tale' (SBS / MGM)

Welcome back to Eyes on Gilead, our weekly podcast dedicated The Handmaid’s Tale. There’s a LOT going on in this show and we think it helps to talk it out after every episode. Today, we are recapping episodes 1 and 2 of season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale. Be sure to watch both episodes, as we will analyse them back-to-back. Spoilers, obviously.

In these episodes: On the run after the end of Season 3, an injured June and the fugitive Handmaids find refuge at a farm, where the 14-year-old Wife nurses June back to health. June restores her role as the women’s leader. In Gilead, an imprisoned Lawrence tries to avoid a death sentence, and Aunt Lydia reels from the loss of 86 children on Angels’ Flight. The combative Waterfords, in custody in Toronto, learn of June’s feat. THEN June plots revenge at the local Jezebels, before she and the Handmaids plan to leave the farm for the next safe house. In Toronto, Moira deals with the fallout of June’s choices, and Serena and Fred are bound together by a miracle.

With two episodes to recap, let's get into it. 

By
SBS
Presented by
Fiona Williams, Natalie Hambly, Sana Qadar, Haidee Ireland
File size
48.0 MB
Duration
1 hour

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CREDITS

  • Eyes on Gilead is produced by Fiona Williams with audio editing and mixing by Jeremy Wilmot
  • Theme song: 'You Don't Own Me' from 'Girl Garage 2' 

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