Following the slow rollout of several mini teases, BBC America has finally released the full-length (and action-packed!) new trailer for Season 2 of Orphan Black.
In the new footage, Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and her various clones engage in all sorts of scandalous behavior to achieve their goals. Not only is there lots of...
Orphan Black sure knows how to whet its fans' appetite. The BBC America show is unveiling a brand new Season 2 clip every day for eight days.
The first sneak peek was posted Wednesday on the series' official Instagram account. In the video, Sarah fights Neolutionist pro-clone Rachel (both played by Tatiana Maslany). "Nobody...
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Orphan Black returns for Season 2 on BBC America in April to continue the story of Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and her various clone siblings (also Maslany). "We are going to take some risks in our premise in the second season, and push [it], technically," co-creator Graeme Manson said Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter TV previews.
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Here's an early stocking stuffer for fans of Orphan Black: BBC America has released a short trailer for Season 2 of BBC America's sci-fi series.
The clip, which will officially premiere during the Doctor Who Christmas special on Dec. 25, shows star Tatiana Maslany morphing into four of the clones she plays on the show — Alison, Cosima, Rachel and Sarah — with all of their faces eventually merging to form a single strand of DNA.