A woman discovers she is a clone and there are several of them out there. She fears for her daughter's life as the company who made them come looking for her so she seeks the help of her clone sisters.
Season two has Sara trying to keep her daughter clear from clone Rachel and the Dyad, with help from Allison, Cosima, and sometimes Helena and Mrs S. A new agenda of the Dyad is revealed. We meet the scientist who made the clones. A new group of religious scientists come into the mix. And a few new clones turn up along the way.
The second season gets even more complex and intriguing as more clones are discovered and the bigger agenda of the Dyad Group is revealed. There are deaths, new characters, and interesting subplots along the way. I am still amazed at Tatiana Maslany ability to effortlessly switch been about ten completely different characters in this show and each with their own sub story. This season is a wild ride with big twists and turns happening in each episode (sometimes multiple times). IF you haven't started watching this series, then you should start now.
Rating: So Good
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