It’s all coming to an end for #CloneClub, but that doesn’t mean Orphan Black’s fifth and final season is all tragedy. Our first glimpse of footage from the “Final Trip” teases a major milestone for Cosima and Delphine, along with continued strife for Sarah and Rachel.

Our first look at actual filming from the final Orphan Black episodes arrives from the show’s Twitter account, which notes that the BBC-A “snuck some season 5 footage into their new brand commercial.” It’s likely we’ll see a fuller version for ourselves before the June 10 premiere, but what looks like Cosima and Delphine’s wedding is nothing to sneeze at:

So reads the final season synopsis:

This season, the walls close in on Sarah when nearly all her sestras and their allies are brought to heel by Rachel. Even more harrowing is that her daughter Kira has joined them. With the threat of Neolution having carte blanche access to clone biology, Sarah is desperate to gain control, but realizes she must change tactics to pursue a long game. Protecting both her families, and the host of clones she’s yet to meet, Sarah and those still fighting the fight will uncover the missing pieces of the insidious conspiracy – and finally learn the story behind their origin. Despite the great risk, the fight of her life will either set her and her sestras free, or see them meet their end…

Elsewhere of Orphan Black, the fifth and final season has confirmed that Evelyne Brochu, Calwyn Shurgold and James Frain will return as Delphine, Hell Wizard and Ferdinand. Season 5 has also added Watchmen star Stephen McHattie in the critical role of Neolution’s 170-year old founder, P.T. Westmoreland, along with Elyse Levesque as Detective Engers, a dirty Neolution cop who is a true believer; Andrew Moodie as Mr. Frontenac, Rachel’s new mysterious consultant; Simu Liu as Mr. Mitchell, Kira’s new homeroom teacher, and Jenessa Grant as Mud, an eclectic young islander.

Orphan Black will likely come forth with a real trailer soon, but check out the teaser below, and stay tuned for more on the road to June.

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