The Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 Episode 1 “Night”

This season picks up right after June watches her daughter ride off into the night. Commander Lawrence comes driving up to where she is and tells June they can catch up with the truck. June refuses until she see Agnes.

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Serena tells Fred she did what was best for her child. June makes it to where Agnes lives only to be surrounded by cops. Mrs. Mackennzie calls June back into the house. They speak and Mrs. Mackennzie begs June to stop trying to see Agnes. She says that if June doesn’t stop she will end up dead on the floor in front of Agnes.

When June returns home she is met by Serena and Fred and June tells Serena she hopes this feels like what Serena did to her. Hanson will be looking for Nichole while Fred tells Serena the lie he will tell to keep her safe and off the wall to protect that house. Serena sets fire to the marital bed and consequentially the house.

The Handmaid’s Tale — “Night” – Episode 301 — June embarks on a bold mission with unexpected consequences. Emily and Nichole make a harrowing journey. The Waterfords reckon with Serena Joy’s choice to send Nichole away. June (Elisabeth Moss), shown. (Photo by: Elly Dassas/Hulu)

Emily almost kills baby Nichole but makes it to Canada. Emily and Nichole make it to a hospital with the help of the Canadian Authorities and are free. June is still in Gilead. June is brought to a room to have her feet lashed but gets word that Emily and the child are safe. June soon gets another posting. It’s with Commander Lawrence.

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