The Rise of June
One of the most infuriating parts of that infamous episode is June's decision not to go with Emily and Nicole. Of course, it's painfully nuanced; she doesn't want to leave her other daughter, Hannah, in Gilead.
"I like the fact that people are frustrated," Miller told THR. "I was frustrated. You want her to make a different decision. I love the fact that June does things that we disagree with, that she's driven by her emotions and her brain and her strategy and all of those things, but in different measure than we are." During the aforementioned finale screening, he said June "goes back to hurt Gilead as much as possible and to get her daughter back — probably. I don't know necessarily the order of those two things."
This, of course, begs the question: what exactly will June do? "The season is about resistance — June resisting and June fighting," Miller revealed. "After a couple of seasons of being beaten down, she's had quite enough. She's finding ways to rebel."
Elisabeth Moss had her own blunt words to share about June's journey in season three: "I hope she's going to go back and f*ck some sh*t up." Amen, sister.