Orphan Black: The Next Chapter

This week for the Spotcast Sunday feature, I am reviewing the audio drama podcast, Orphan Black: The Next Chapter. This show debuted in April 2021. There are 31 episodes to listen to at the time of writing. The following overview is provided from the Apple Podcast page: Since their victory against Project Leda eight years ago, the original sestras—Sarah, Alison, Cosima, and those they love—have been free to live quiet, anonymous lives. But that anonymity comes at a cost: Cosima is unable to pursue the cutting-edge science that saved her life; Sarah’s daughter Kira is suffocated by her mother’s insistence on secrecy; and Charlotte, the youngest Leda clone, questions why her family gets to survive while other, unaware clones get sick and die. Everything changes when Vivi Valdez, a CIA Agent, discovers, she, too, is a clone—and goes rogue. Vivi’s pursuit of the truth brings chaos to the original Clone Club when one 9f them is accused of murder. To prove their innocence, they must step out of the shadows and publicly claim the secret they’ve sacrificed everything to protect. Family ties will be tested, long-lasting alliances betrayed, and the future of all clones hangs in the balance.

If you enjoyed the show, Orphan Black, this podcast is a must-listen. The stakes have never been higher for the clones and it will keep you on your toes. I love that they have brought some of the original cast to be the voices of their characters once again. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be lost but nothing a quick rabbit hole trip won’t catch you up on. However, I highly suggest watching the show first.

I give this podcast 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Tomorrow for the Movie Monday feature, I am reviewing the comedic romance film, Good On Paper. Next week for the Spotcast Sunday feature, I am reviewing the TV & film podcast, The Crown Official Podcast. Until then keep listening on; Nerd Out.

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