The Clone’s world has expanded… to include the Brothers from the Castor Project. Mark Rollins is the first we meet.
Art Bell, former partner and current aid-in-law to the Clones
Mrs. S attempts to hold Sarah, her foster daughter back.
Paul Dierden, ex military, covert forces. Dierden’s past, a military operation gone bad, continues to haunt him. Initially involved with Beth as her watcher, he has developed stronger, conflicted feelings for Sarah. The Clones prove to be his Achilles Hell as he is not only falls under Rachel Duncan’s sway, but makes the ultimate sacrifice in the name of all things Clone.
Kira is Sarah’s AH. The guilt of poor mothering decisions made in year’s past is part of what drives Sarah’s who will do anything to protect her little ‘monkey.’
Alison with husband Donnie Hendrix. Donnie and Alison were childhood sweethearts. Could he have been persuaded to become Alison’s watcher?
Has the French born, intellectually gifted Dr. Delphine Cormier crossed the line as a doctor and research fellow by falling in love with, Cosima, the very person (and clone) she has been charged to oversee? Or does the Hippocratic Oath; ‘First, do no harm,’ only apply to patients? Is she truly loyal or is she fence straddling?
Dr. Aldous Leekie, widely accepted as the face of Neolution, heads the Dyad Institute and is responsible for its questionable scientific practices.
Just when you were about to breathe a sigh of relief… Helena reappears. We thought she had been put down by, none other, than her twin, but she’s ba-a-ack and she’s none too pleased. Plus, this is our introduction to Mark Rollins, one of the brother Clones, who turn out to be more dangerous to the sisters than Helena. (All Photos by Steve Wilkie for BBC AMERICA.)
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