Critic Consensus: Effectively creepy and oozing with chills, Helix unexpectedly digs deep into its world and its characters, with a suspenseful plot that continues to pique interest as it advances.
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as Dr. Alan Farragut
as Dr. Julia Walker
as Dr. Sarah Jordan
as Dr. Hiroshi Hatake
as Dr. Doreen Boyle
as Dr. Peter Farragut
as Major Sergio Balleseros
as Daniel Aerov
as Constance Sutton
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Helix is initially involving, but it gradually loses energy as we realize we have a long slog ahead before all the secrets are revealed and the plot resolved.
You like this kind of thing or you don't, and I don't, particularly, but Helix is very involving, giving us characters to care about even in the midst of so much necessary setup.
There's definitely some fraying at the edges along with all of those odd fluids oozing from various orifices of the afflicted.
It's not too geeky a story, so someone who just likes suspense drama can follow it.
Perhaps in time Helix will develop into something more substantial but in its first two hours it sets up a lot of questions without providing answers or a compelling reason for viewers to stick with it.
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