Orphan Black will be going back — but to what?
Clone Club, this one’s for you.
A new clone is joining Orphan Black, as EW exclusively revealed — and Canada’s Space Channel debuted a quick video teaser of said clone on their Twitter Monday.
The latest member of the club — played by Tatiana Maslany, of course — is M.K., whom Orphan Black co-creator John Fawcett describes as “a slightly traumatized clone who has a deep past” and “a Deep Throat kind of character.”
It seems every time the clone sestras of Orphan Black find answers as to how and why they exist, those answers only lead to more questions. But Sarah, Cosima, Alison, and Helena may have a new source with new information … if they can just get this person to step out of the shadows. What makes this potential ally even more intriguing? She is one of them.
Get a look at this, Orphan Black fans.
BBC America released the first teaser for the show’s fourth season on Friday, and it’s certainly eye-opening.
A possible Clone Club video game, Delphine's fate, and more intel from the Orphan Black PaleyFest panel
Three seasons in, Orphan Black has cemented itself as one of television’s most imaginative, multi-faceted shows. This isn’t just because of its premise, which calls for star Tatiana Maslany to portray roughly five clones every episode, but also because of the series’ thematic beats. The BBC America hit is about identity, but it’s also about evolution, big business, family, sisterhood, and sacrifice.
The 2015 Primetime Emmys are fast approaching, broadcast live on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on Fox. In honor of the big night, EW picked out the best quotes from the Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress nominees in drama and comedy. Can you name the stars who dropped these 12 lines?
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!”
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