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Saturday, March 21, 2015

Orphan Black Season 2 is awe inspiring, A+

What: TV Review
Who: Orphan Black Season 2
When: March 2015
Why: As Part of Wildfire Reviews what to watch on demand series



With Season 3 of Orphan Black soon premiering on BBC, now is the perfect time to sink your teeth into the best science fiction show on telivision right now and simply put, a masterpiece. The best part is you can watch season one, and now the complete second season, in their enterity on Amazon Prime.

There's a new face to science fiction and from the shock action moments of the Orphan Black Season 2 premiere, we all can agree now that it's  new comer actress Tatiana Maslany.

She's absolutely stunning and brings the draw out even more with season two of Orphan Black. Her highly overlooked performances keep on getting better as she continues to play several versions of herself in the clone action drama series.
If that's not confusing enough, her excellent acting skills of when her rolls are reversed and she's playing a version of herself that's not herself keep continuing, but not let's get a head of ourselves.

The Second season of Orphan Black is even better than where season one left off, if that were possible. We see our favorite characters (with a special nod to Art) relations grow stronger with how loyal they are to the clones their connected to with more involvement than the previous season.

The brilliant and awe inspiring world of Orphan Black keeps on getting bigger and bigger, and that is always a great thing.

There is honestly nothing wrong with this show, and everything about it is near perfect, from the excellent acting from Tatiana Maslany to the action scenes, direction and cinematography. It's a show that's nothing like anything on television right now, despite clones being a popular sub genre in science fiction.
See for yourself and discover what makes Sarah/Beth/Allison/Rachel & Helena tick in Orphan Black Season 2.

Grade: A+

Where Can I watch it?: Amazon Prime, On Demand
What's next? The 100, 12 Monkeys

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