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Orphan Black Season 2, Episode 1 Review: “Nature Under Constraint and Vexed”

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Early last year, I started to hear rumblings about a little show on a networks I quite honestly never paid attention to, BBC America. The show was called Orphan Black and, though I had certainly heard of it (it was being advertised pretty hard through most cable channels), I didn't tune in initially due to its obscure network (to me at least) and bizarre timeslot (is there any other channel on TV that goes for the primetime SATURDAY slot as much as BBC America does?) But towards the end of the year talk of the show began to surface, especially regarding the lead performance of young Tatiana Maslany. I liked the sci-fi hook as well, so I figured that I would try the show....eventually.

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Since It’s Never NOT a Good Idea To Talk About The Breaking Bad Ending, Vince Gilligan Spills Details on Other Ending Ideas That Never Happened

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It's been almost half a year since we saw the conclusion of Walter White's story in Breaking Bad, but that doesn't mean that we have to stop talking about it. In fact, as I pointed out months ago, talking about Breaking Bad is what gives us at Geek Binge our life blood here so, realistically, it's best to expect that we will NEVER not talk about it. It will be thirty years from now, Vince Gilligan will be in the ground, and television as a medium would no longer be existing, and we'd STILL find a reason to write about this show. It's one of life's inevitability really: life, death, and talking about Breaking Bad. So with all that said, let's talk abut one of the most heavily discussed Breaking Bad subjects out there -- the ending, of course.

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Ripper Street Season 2 Review:  Loss, Betrayal, Diamonds, and Flight

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Ripper Street fans narrowly avoided disaster when they snapped into action to protest its cancellation. Series saved! The 3rd Season (or series for those of you across The Pond) will be produced by Amazon for streaming in 2015. Sounds like BBC will show it as well, but no word whether BBC America will follow suit. The important thing is that Inspector Edmund Reid, Sergeant Bennet Drake, and "Captain Homer Jackson," will be back for more investigations, conflicts, and autopsies without the benefit of plastic gloves. So what happened in Season Two? I'll tell you…after the jump.

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