Handmaid’s Tale Star Joins Penn Badgley in You Season 5

“If Joe is all of the things that he is and now has unlimited resources and access, he’s become the thing that he envied and judged from afar,” she explained to E! News last year. “It gives us a lot of new opportunities.” 

Citing “all of the terrible, terrible stuff that very privileged wealthy people get away with,” Gamble theorized that Joe’s new social status could make him “never, ever, ever be punished” for his misdeeds.

“It’s fun to write him as very appealing and like a romantic hero,” Gamble noted, “but when we are looking at the facts of the case in a conversation with Penn or with the writers, we’re just like, ‘This person is horrible. They need to be punished.'”

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