From Caroline Framke of the AV Club:
For those of you keeping track at home, the subject of BBC America’s Orphan Black ad campaign still hasn’t come up by the end of this second episode. In the interest of full disclosure, I’ll admit that I was spoiled, but I am not assuming the same of everyone reading this review. I will, however, say that spoiling the story for an easier ad campaign does a disservice to the show, which continues to walk a fine line with extraordinary subtlety and confidence. It’s a shame BBC America doesn’t trust Orphan Black enough to let its mysteries unravel, because Orphan Black is proving more than capable of pulling them off. Read more.
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