Tatiana Maslany is one of the most versatile actresses currently working on television, and the Orphan Black star recently garnered an overdue Emmy nomination for her role(s) on the show. But Maslany appeared on Friday night’s episode of the The Tonight Show and told host Jimmy Fallon how her prior snubs helped in the show’s popularity.
“People on Twitter freaked out [when you weren’t nominated] … you were trending,” Fallon told Maslany.
Entertainment Weekly’s Comic-Con party red carpet was filled with stars ready to dish on their favorite shows of the moment, from Netflix’s Orange is the New Black to newly Emmy-nominated Orphan Black – which Once Upon a Time’s Jennifer Morrison wasn’t afraid to gush over.
“I just caught up on Orphan Black,” Morrison said. “I was just totally geeking out on them!”
It’s an Emmy nomination that fans have long wanted to see: Tatiana Maslany received a nod in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama series category for her work as multiple characters on Orphan Black. The nomination is Maslany’s first.
Following the nominations announcement, Maslany thanked fans on Twitter for their support.
Orphan Black’s suburban couple Alison and Donnie get three different makeovers in a series of fake trailers released Friday.
The Clone Club may be going through some dark times, but that doesn’t mean the cast of Orphan Black can’t have some fun behind the scenes. Levity abounds in a new blooper reel video, unveiled during the cult darling’s panel presentation at San Diego’s Comic-Con International on Friday evening.
Before Friday’s Orphan Black panel, here’s a refresher on the BBC America drama:
Clone Club unite! Orphan Black stars Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Dylan Bruce, Kristian Bruun and Ari Millen, as well as co-creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson gathered on stage during the show’s panel presentation at Comic-Con.
Here are five memorable moments from the panel:
It doesn’t all have to be so grave for the clones of Orphan Black.
On Tuesday, BBC America announced that the show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con will be hosted by none other than Parks and Recreation star Retta, “treat yo self” expert, purveyor of fine leather goods, and a self-proclaimed “staunch member” of the Clone Club.
Ahh, we made it, Clone Club. After ten jam-packed episodes, some frustrating, some incredibly satisfying, we’ve reached the end of this long, convoluted journey. Were you satisfied? I know I was. Sure, there are mysteries that remain but it could be worse. We could be like Krystal—in the dark with no idea why weird things keep happening to us. Instead, we have some answers: Both Topside and the Castors are being manipulated by the Neolutionists. Drats! We thought they were just a front for the Leda Project but they are still real and still up to no good. Mrs.
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