Sydney Sweeney performed Eden in season 2 of The Handmaid’s Story, which premiered on Hulu in 2018. Sweeney’s character Eden was married to Nick Blaine (Max Minghella) as a younger teenager, showcasing the horrors of Gilead and additionally appearing as a roadblock to Nick’s relationship with June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss).
In a current interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Sweeney admitted some followers of Nick and June’s relationship made it clear they didn’t like Eden whereas Sweeney was on the present.
Sydney Sweeney appeared in season 2 of ‘The Handmaid’s Story’
A constant subplot all through The Handmaid’s Story is the romantic relationship between Nick and June. In the beginning of the sequence, Nick was a driver for the Waterford household whereas June was assigned to the household as a Handmaid.
Over the course of the primary season, Nick and June fall in love, and it’s revealed that June is pregnant with Nick’s little one within the season finale. Nick makes an attempt to assist June escape Gilead firstly of the second season, however June is finally caught and introduced again to the Waterford home.
In an effort to punish Nick and June for their relationship, Commander Fred Waterford (Joseph Fiennes) and Serena Pleasure Waterford (Yvonne Strahovski) prepare for Nick to be married.
Due to Eden’s younger age, Nick retains her at a distance. As a personality, Eden reveals how younger ladies are when they’re married off in Gilead, and her piousness represents her upbringing in Gilead.
When Eden falls in love and runs away with a younger Guardian named Isaac (Rohan Mead), each characters are sentenced to loss of life.
Sydney Sweeney is aware of some followers of ‘The Handmaid’s Story’ didn’t like her character
Apart from a number of the present’s antagonists, quite a lot of The Handmaid’s Story characters are introduced as difficult and nuanced. When Eden was launched in season 2 of The Handmaid’s Story, her character was met with pity, annoyance, and compassion from followers.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Sweeney revealed that her function as Eden made her recognizable in public, and not the entire followers who approached her had been complimentary of her character.
“I think most people wanted Elisabeth’s [Moss] and Max’s characters to be together, and Eden disrupted that,” Sweeney instructed The Hollywood Reporter.
‘The Handmaid’s Story’ will return for season 5
On the upcoming 2022 Emmy Awards, Sweeney acquired nominations for Excellent Supporting Actress in a Drama Sequence and Excellent Supporting Actress in a Restricted or Anthology Sequence or Film for her roles in Euphoria and The White Lotus, respectively.
Whereas Sweeney has moved on from her supporting function as Eden, The Handmaid’s Story has continued as some of the widespread authentic reveals on Hulu.
Season 5 of The Handmaid’s Story will premiere on Hulu on Sept. 14.