Orphan Black will undergo a major change in Season 4 by moving to Thursdays, but that’s not all. Producers confirm that a weekly After the Black talk show will follow each episode on BBC-A, including cast interviews, new footage and more Talking Dead-style coverage.
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If ever you thought Orphan Black too secretive for its own good, boy, is BBC-A about to make your day. Not only is there a brand-new Season 4 trailer for the #CloneClub’s return, but a plethora of new synopses and character details to break Orphan Black’s 2016 return wide open.
We’re still more than a few weeks out from Tatiana Maslany’s Orphan Black Season 4 return. so the BBC-A has a special treat for its patient #CloneClub. Catch up with the clones in a new gallery of Season 4 photos, chock full of mystery, corruption, and eye-patches!
The deeper into 2016 we go, the deeper Orphan Black’s rabbit hole will dive in Season 4. Don’t take our word for it though, see for yourself in the first full Season 4 trailer, which confirms an April premiere with a move to Thursdays!
We’ll tumble down the rabbit hole of Orphan Black Season 4 soon enough, but nothing wrong with an early start. Wonder at the land of Orphan Black’s latest 2016 teaser, as Sarah Manning goes literary, and we get a closer look at the mysterious new masked clone “MK.”
Yesterday morning saw our first look at a new Orphan Black clone in action, albeit hidden behind an intriguing disguise. Now, our second Season 4 teaser for the 2016 premiere gives us a closer look at the mysteriously masked clone, but who might she be on the run from?
The very concept of Orphan Black can often belie some of the guesswork for a new clone’s appearance, but that isn’t stopping Season 4 from heaping some mystery onto Tatiana Maslany’s next character. Our first 2016 Orphan Black photos have arrived, introducing a sheep-masked clone known only as the mysterious “M.K.”
As per usual, the most recent season finale of Orphan Black left us with more questions than answers, but it looks like we may finally have a visual on Season 4. Rachel’s got her (new) eye on someone in our first teasery look at Orphan Black Season 4.
First revealed a few weeks ago, the lead actress shortlist for Star Wars: Episode 8 includes Tatiana Maslany, Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez, and Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’s Olivia Cooke. That’s a pretty solid list, but a new rumor suggests that another name has been added to it: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, star of last year’s incredibly powerful music drama Beyond the Lights.
Tatiana Maslany may not have gotten the Emmy win for Orphan Black, but Season 4 will put her right back to work with a “horrifying new direction” to chart. Production has officially begun, and a new synopsis promises to revisit Orphan Black‘s oldest mystery.