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Orphan Black Season 2 Gets An Episode Title And Scientific Plan Of Work
For fans of the breakout BBC America series Orphan Black, the wait for a new season has felt particularly painful, given the world’s recent realization that the show is amazing and Tatiana Maslany is the shit. And though the network has given us some visual hints and clues into the machinations of next season, today we were given some verbal insight into season two, and it comes by the way of Sir Francis Bacon.
7 Fantastic New TV Shows That Hooked Us In 2013
With each new year comes a new set of TV shows to love or loathe. Between cable, network television and Netflix, which falls into its own budding small screen category, 2013 offered us some spectacular TV entertainment. Our favorite new TV shows of 2013 includes robots, clones, informants, politicians and more.
Orphan Black Season Two Teaser Gets Testy
There’s a new teaser out for the second season of BBC America’s breakout hit, Orphan Black, though one would be hard-pressed to suss out any sort of clues from it. The Tatiana Maslany-fronted series about a set of human clones has had a rapid ascension up the Buzz Ladder since it premiered last spring, making it one of the most anticipated returning sophomore series of the year.
Orphan Black's First Look At Season Two: 4 Things To Get Excited About
If you’re a fan of BBC America’s original series, the sci-fi-ish Orphan Black, the wait for season two has felt like a particularly torturous one. Perhaps it’s because of the wonderful way the series tells the story of genetic clones (all played in by the so-good-it’s-stupid Tatiana Maslany) through discussions of the many issues and struggles of our modern world: autonomy, control, nature versus nurture, evolution, and family. One thing is certain: we're buzzing with anticipation.
Orphan Black Gets A Season 2 Premiere Date And Teaser
If you were watching the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special The Day of the Doctor this past weekend, there’s a good chance you saw BBC America’s announcement of the second season premiere of Orphan Black. If not, go ahead and watch it above in all its teasy glory. While the video shows us no actual footage from the new season of the sci-fi series, it does offer a date. Orphan Black will be back for Season 2 on Saturday, April 19 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany To Guest Star On Parks And Recreation
Tatiana Maslany may have multiple characters in her BBC America series Orphan Black, but she'll have just one in Parks and Recreation. We're assuming, anyway. Details on Maslany's character are pretty slim right now, but we do know that she's set to play the love interest to one of Pawnee's best dressed citizens.
Bates Motel, Orphan Black, Vikings And Jack Black Headed To Comic Con
We're close enough to Comic-Con that those of us planning to attend are likely getting anxious awaiting the finalized schedule of panels and events set to take place at SDCC this year. In the meantime, networks and studios continue to make individual announcements for panels to be featured. Among the recent announcements are BBC America's Orphan Black, History's Vikings, A&E's Bates Motel and Yahoo!'s comedy Ghost Ghirls.
Orphan Black Renewed For Season 2 On BBC America
BBC America’s Orphan Black has been bringing in decent numbers for the cable network, pulling in roughly a million total viewers when counting Live+ numbers. That may not seem like a ton of viewers when compared to other networks, but for a branch of the BBC with a fledgling original programming schedule, BBC America doesn’t see those numbers as half bad. In fact, the network has just announced its second original series, Orphan Black, has been renewed for Season 2.
Watch The First Three Minutes Of BBC America's Orphan Black
In addition to the return of Doctor Who, BBC America watchers also have the debut of Orphan Black to look forward to. The thriller is set to premiere next week, and above is the first three minutes, which give us a very brief but jarring introduction to Tatiana Maslany's Sarah, an outsider who's said to be living on the fringes and surviving by her wits as an English orphan.
Orphan Black Sets March Premiere Date
We’ve known Orphan Black will focus on a mysterious cloning project for a while, now. BBC America’s upcoming original series seems a little dark, but it also seems to be a suitable segue for a network that already airs the science fiction drama with a humorous bent Doctor Who and the grimmer Ripper Street. We won’t have much longer to wait to see if Orphan Black will be able to find a niche in the network’s lineup.
Orphan Black Gets A New Poster And First Look Photo
Taking over someone else's identity could mean taking on all of their problems. From the premise of BBC America's upcoming drama Orphan Black, Tatiana Maslany's character Sarah may be learning that the hard way. BBC America recently released a teaser for the original series that's set to debut next year, and now we have a new poster and the first photo for the series.
Orphan Black Teaser Takes A Look At Cloning
Orphan Black has been gearing up to air on BBC America for a while now. The new science fiction-based program signed on Tatiana Maslany as a woman who takes on the identity of another woman who looks just like her, as well as Maria Doyle Kennedy, Dylan Bruce, and Jordan Gavaris, getting production for the series underway in October. Now, BBC America has announced a release date of March 30 for the new series and has also put out the very first teaser trailer, which takes a look at Sarah and some cloned variations of her.
Orphan Black New Casting And Start Of Production Announced
Today, BBC America announced the start of production for their new original series Orphan Black. They've also made a number of casting additions to the project, which stars Tatiana Maslany as a woman who assumes the identity of a woman who commits suicide, and who happens to look just like her.
Canadian Sci-Fi Series Orphan Black Headed For BBC America
BBC Worldwide has also picked up Orphan Black, with the intent to distribute elsewhere in the world. In the States, BBC America will pick up the production, adding the upcoming show to the network’s Supernatural Saturdays block. 10 episodes of the show are being created for Season 1.