While the first half of the episode focused on Helena’s birth and Sarah’s successful attempts to stop Neolution once and for all, the second half honed in on what that newfound freedom actually looked like for the characters and how they move on from here.
Speaking of moving on, THR caught up with Maslany following the show’s final episode. Here, she reflects on those early auditions for the drama in Toronto, the series' evolution over five seasons, and how she’ll select her future roles.
What is it about Orphan Black that has resonated with audiences?
It’s a show about outsiders and people relate and empathize with that and see themselves in that. I don’t think any of us really feel like we’re inside of that; at least I certainly don’t. A lot of our fan base is people who are looking to see themselves represented onscreen so that’s been a big part of it.Read more at HollywoodReporter