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How To Get Away With Murder: Guilty of Being Bingeable

How to Get Away with Murder had been on my radar since it premiered last year but with the plethora of continuing series keeping me busy and the show being on an obscure television channel here in the UK it was something I had completely forgotten about. That was until I watched the Emmy’s this year. In all honesty, I had been rooting for Tatiana Maslany who I have been supporting ever since the first episode of Orphan Black  and will continue to do so as she is in her own right an inspiring young actress. However, the importantly powerful and incredible acceptance speech given by Viola Davis when she won in that category gave me all the more reason to finally pay attention to a series that was lost in memory. I was not disappointed.  Continue reading “How To Get Away With Murder: Guilty of Being Bingeable”

Orphan Black: Join the Clone Club

Tatiana Maslany. I see no other way in which to start this post other than with the name of the leading actress who oozes pure magnificence, brilliance and genius. Exaggerating you say? I kid you not, it would be an impossible task to try and name any other who could play several characters with such intensity and professional purpose as Maslany. For those of you who don’t watch for actor performance alone Orphan Black resists complete genre categorisation by shading with tones of several: sci-fi, fantasy, drama and perfectly weaved comedy are strung together to create a web of watch-ability that would make any spider proud. If you’re looking for a series of limitless potential, unexpected twists and plot directions, and has characters you love to love and love to hate (even if they are all played by the same actress) then here it is! Continue reading “Orphan Black: Join the Clone Club”

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