Grace tells Dr. Jordan about her relationship with Mary Whitney, and what happened to the young woman.
A decent little slasher flick, like an American Giallo, that could’ve been so much more.
Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Gerald’s Game by Stephen King is one of the best films of 2017.
More of the illegal surrogacy comes to light, as Robin and Pyke get closer, and Mary drifts further towards danger.
Dt. Robin Griffin has moved on since last we saw her. Nowadays she’s single, celibate, and having terrifying nightmares.
Then a body in a suitcase washes up onshore.
A punishment is handed down for Janine. At the same time, June discovers she’s pregnant, complicating her situation.
Janine must fully relinquish her child to the Putnams. But it’s not so easy. Meanwhile, June takes on a mission for Mayday.
While Serena is away, Commander Waterford takes Offred on a night out, where she finds a familiar face.
In this episode, we find out what happened to Luke after he was separated from June and their daughter Hannah.
A woman once named Jane now goes by Offred, living under the rule of an authoritarian, patriarchal nation-state ruled with an iron fist.
This is not for the fainthearted. However, if you want to see a compelling, though disturbing, look at the misogyny inherent in Roman Catholicism: press play, if you dare.
THE WOMAN explores the roots of misogyny in our society, as well as in our families.