AMC Networks is cloning BBC America's Orphan Black for the show's third season premiere on April 18.

The episode will air simultaneously at 10/9c on AMC, SundanceTV, IFC and We TV, in addition to BBC America. This push will hopefully bring more eyeballs to the series, which stars SAG nominee Tatiana Maslany in multiple roles and has received critical acclaim, but still struggles to bring in viewers outside of its loyal following of fans, aptly titled the Clone Club.

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"Orphan Black is a truly outstanding original series that has attracted consistent and widespread critical acclaim as well as a considerable, growing following from viewers," said Chief Operating Officer of AMC Networks Ed Carroll in a statement.

"AMC Networks is a channel group known for high-quality storytelling and creating a premiere television event for Orphan Black is a perfect opportunity to use our programming assets to help extend the reach of this quality series."

AMC Networks took control of BBC America last year in a deal with its parent company, BBC Worldwide.

Orphan Black returns Saturday, April 18 at 10/9c.

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