Orphan Black (BBC America, Saturdays, 9/8C) is pulling strands together in unexpected ways in season three’s eighth episode, Ruthless In Purpose, and Insidious In Method. Essentially, everyone plays everyone else this week, but though there’s nothing new about that the results are illuminating.
The story is picking up speed with three episodes to go until Orphan Black’s season three finale – unlikely encounters play out in unexpected ways, and we meet yet another clone, Crystal Goodrich.
Continue reading Orphan Black: Ruthless In Purpose, and Insidious In Method Is an Understatement!
BBC America has announced a fourth season for Orphan Black. That means at least ten more episodes for Tatiana Maslany and Ari Millen to play multiple roles really well and not be nominated for Emmys.
Details follow the jump.
Continue reading More Orphan Black To Come!
The third season of Orphan Black is taking shape in some unique ways – not the least of which is the way it’s circling back to the Proletheans.
As teased with her brief appearance in last week’s episode, Gracie Johansson is back – and her honeymoon with Mark turns out to be something else as well…
Continue reading Orphan Black: Family Is Family Is Family!
The first two seasons of Orphan Black (BBC America, Saturdays, 9/8C) have followed the four members of what has come to be known as the Clone Club as they sought to find out a) who was trying to kill them off and why, and b) how did they come to exist in the first place.
Along the way the series explored concepts like identity, sibling rivalry, nature vs. nurture and more. Series co-creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett have expected their audience to pay attention and think. Millions of them have. Then, at the end of season two, they dropped an even bigger bombshell – there’s another series of clones; male ones!
Continue reading Orphan Black – A Whole ‘Nother Level of Complexity!
My mother always told me it wasn’t nice to tease others, but this is a truly splendid tease of the clones of Project Castor that I had no qualms about sharing it. Check out the video after the jump.
Orphan Black returns to BBC America on Saturday, April 18th (9/8C).
Continue reading Creepy Castor Clips: Orphan Black Teases That Other Clone Club!
Orphan Black is a co-production of Canada’s sci-fi channel, SPACE and The US’ BBC America. SPACE has posted a rather spiffy teaser for the show’s third season. Can you say new Footage?
Check it out after the jump. Orphan Black returns to BBC America (and SPACE) on Saturday, April 18th.
Continue reading Canadian Orphan Black Teaser Looks Great!
The first actual scene from season three of Orphan Black has been released by BBC America. In it, Sarah meets the scarred male clone with the psychotic grin – ‘Crazed Castor Clone Rudy.’ To say it doesn’t go well would be an understatement.
‘Count your sisters…’ Check out the chilling clip after the jump.
Orphan Black returns on Saturday, April 18 (9/8C).
Continue reading Clone Club Clip: Ominous Orphan Black Scene Just To Get Us In The Mood!
One of the best shows on television right now is Orphan Black. We’ve consistently given it a A+ grade for a reason (several actually) – it’s just that good.
Yes, it’s insanely detailed and requires that its audience actually watch and pay attention, but that’s not a bad thing. Orphan Black takes it for granted that its audience can keep up with it.
If you haven’t been watching, or just want a quick refresher before the Clone Club kicks into gear with Season Three on Saturday, April 18th (9/8C), follow the jump to check out Orphan Black in four minutes.
Continue reading Video: Orphan Black In Four Minutes!
BBC America has announced an April 18, 2015 (9/8C) premiere for the third season of its critically acclaimed (yet appallingly snubbed by the Emmys) series Orphan Black.
Follow the jump for a sneak peek.
Continue reading First Look: Orphan Black Returns In April!