You wrote on Twitter that it's hard to critique the show, but I'm getting increasingly frustrated with it to be honest. The writing depends too much on chance instances - people just happen to be in a certain place at a certain time, they just happen to learn certain information - and increasingly a lot of simply not believable developments, like say Helena in the hospital - how come no one noticed a woman covered in blood walking down a hospital corridor? It strains credibility. I realize that this keeps the plot fast-moving and that a certain level of suspension of disbelief is necessary, but it just seems like they're cheating from a writing perspective just to keep the story exciting.
Also, the supporting characters are becoming less real to me and more stereotypical. Art and Angie come off like someone told them, "this is how cops behave on TV," and Rachel and Daniel seem like Hollywood's typical portrayal of bad guys/girls, etc.
I'll still keep watching the show though, if only because it's so inventive and because Tatiana Maslany's so amazing.