#TheHandmaidsTale Serena Joy walks free and it's all June's fault

Serena Joy (played by Yvonne Strahovski) was last seen being held as a war criminal in Canada for her crimes in Gilead. She had believed that by handing in her husband Commander Waterford (Joseph Fiennes) she would be able to arrange to get custody of baby Nichole. However, in an unsurprising turn of events, the authorities changed their minds and locked her away for sexual slavery and rape. The next season of The Handmaid’s Tale will see Serena Joy fight against the charges and try to prove that she is innocent.

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Fans will remember Mark Tuello (Sam Jaeger) informed Serena sh was being charged with having her driver Nick Blaine (Max Minghella) to rape June (Elisabeth Moss).

Serena protested and claimed June and Nick’s relationship was consensual and they agreed to give birth to her child - baby Nichole.

But Mark didn’t believe her and ignored her pleas as she was led away to be locked up.

Unfortunately fans know Serena Joy could be relieved of the charges due to evidence June had sent over the Canadian border.

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June and Serena Joy WaterfordThe Handmaid’s Tale season 4 theories: Serena Joy walks free and it's all June's fault (Image: HULU)

Luke Bankole holding NicholeThe Handmaid’s Tale season 4 theories: Luke has been looking after baby Nichole (Image: HULU)

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When she moved into Commander Lawrence’s (Bradley Whitford) home in season three, June discovered a tape recorder.

She recorded a message on it for husband Luke (O.T Fagbenle) and made Serena Joy take it with her when she met with him and Nichole in Canada.

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