BBC America’s clone drama Orphan Black brought its story to a resounding conclusion with the taut finale ‘To Right the Wrongs of Many’. It was an hour that was split between two needs: to ensure the ongoing conflict between a group of unwitting subjects and a massive genetic experimental undertaking was resolved, and for the clones – or “sestras” – to be given some semblance of a future free from the intrusions of Dyad, the Neolutionists, and P.T. Westmorland.
To that end, the series finale served both rather well. Part of that was in how the final season approached its story: wrapping up as many loose ends as possible, like Ferdinand Chevalier ...
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