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The show that blended science fiction and family drama manages to wrap up without any loose threads, leaving audiences with one last outstanding performance from Tatiana Maslany in her breakthrough role(s).
There was always a storytelling aspect to this show-which is one of the things that makes it such great television.
Guys, this finale broke my heart and simultaneously mended it.
The final episode of Orphan Black, the aptly titled "To Right the Wrongs of Many", has plenty to resolve, and thankfully, it does so easily.
Just like the tone of the last half of "To Right The Wrongs Of Many", the show has brought us together.
Thank you, John Fawcett (who also directed the finale) and Graeme Manson and all of the other writers who developed the show, and in particular, Tatiana Maslany, who, more than anyone else, helped bring it to life in such a spectacular fashion.
It is an unrepentant happy ending, for characters (and perhaps a nation) that could really use one.
It's fortunate that the show was able to end on its own terms, not rushing to an unearned conclusion or lingering long past its expiration date.
The humor and action in "To Right the Wrongs of Many" make it so easy to take its core filmmaking devices for granted.
All is as it should be: no cliffhangers, no unrealistic happy endings, just a bunch of people who fought to own their own stories and won.
"To Right the Wrongs of Many" depicts the characters heading down their own paths by drawing strength from their sestrahood.