Emmy episode analysis: Ann Dowd (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’) rings the bell in ‘June’

Emmy episode analysis: Ann Dowd (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’) rings the bell in ‘June’
Ann Dowd finally received the recognition she long deserved last year when she won the Emmy for Best Drama Supporting Actress for her memorable performance as Aunt Lydia on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.” For her second consecutive Emmy nomination she went with the Season 2 opener “June.”

The series picked up where it left off with the handmaids rounded up and forced to endure a fake hanging. Aunt Lydia then makes her grand appearance — if you’re a villain this is how you make an entrance! As she’s punishing the handmaids by making them hold rocks in the rain she learns that Offred (Elisabeth Moss) is pregnant. She demands the ladies join her in chanting, “Praise Be!­­”

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After quickly ushering Offred inside to change,
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