Elisabeth Moss has mentioned the opportunity of The Handmaid’s Tale having a contented ending in a brand new interview.
The Hulu present, which relies on Margaret Atwood’s ebook of the identical title, follows Moss’ character June within the totalitarian state of Gilead, the place ladies are handled because the property of the state.
With a fourth season of the drama within the works, Moss has spoken about the way forward for the present, saying she can be “offended” if it stored going if her character died. Requested by the Times if there might be a contented ending, she replied: “It relies upon what you outline as blissful.”
She added that she had pitched the thought of “June ending up in a extremely trendy relationship on an island”. “It’s very French, they usually have stunning youngsters,” she mentioned.”
The actor additionally mentioned there was “an thought the place it’d finish”, in addition to some “surprises in season 4 about the place we’re taking the present”. “We don’t need to maintain doing the identical factor,” she mentioned. “You may’t simply maintain June on this place the place she’s tortured on a regular basis. It’s boring.”
Moss additionally revealed what Atwood had instructed her was an indication of society heading in direction of an analogous regime as Gilead. “She mentioned, ‘Once they open fireplace on protestors,’” she defined. “Attention-grabbing just isn’t the phrase. Horrifying? She particularly mentioned that.
“While you lose the appropriate to protest you’re actually in hassle. That’s when the structure doesn’t exist any extra.”
Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Story was attributable to premiere in autumn 2020, however was delayed after production was halted in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Filming resumed in September and the present is predicted to air in 2021.
A first teaser for the next series was released this summer, which confirmed June being carried to security by her fellow Handmaids.