Articles Tagged 'Orphan Black'


‘Orphan Black’ Final SDCC Panel: 6 Things We Learned

Orphan Black panels at Comic-Con are always a bit emotional. After all, Clone Club, as Orphan Black aficionados call themselves, is more than just a fandom: it’s a tight-knit community whose members connect deeply with the series’ unique exploration of identity. When the fans receive the opportunity to interact with the show’s cast and creators, […]


BBC AMERICA Earns Four Emmy Nominations For ‘Orphan Black’ and ‘Luther’

Announced this morning (July 14) by the Television Academy, BBC AMERICA earned top nods with four Primetime Emmy® nominations for Orphan Black and Luther. Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany received a nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series while Luther scored nominations for star Idris Elba (Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or […]


WATCH: Tatiana Maslany Impersonates Emojis

Is there anyone Tatiana Maslany can’t impersonate? First it’s con artist Sarah Manning, then suicidal cop Beth, or red-headed German Katja, suburban housewife Alison, Ukrainian Helena, then West Coast stoner Cosima, and more besides. She jumps from one character to another in every genre-busting episode of sci-fi clone drama Orphan Black, and we’ve just heard the awesome news […]


‘Orphan Black’: Kevin Hanchard on THAT Scene in the Premiere

(WARNING: if you haven’t seen the Season 4 premiere of Orphan Black, there are spoilers within this post. Watch or re-watch the season premiere right here for free on—and share with a friend.) Kevin Hanchard has many reasons to smile these days. Not only is the actor in the thick of it with his […]

PaleyFest New York 2015 – “Orphan Black”

‘Orphan Black’ Cast: Where Else Can You See Them?

The fourth season of the critically acclaimed series Orphan Black has premiered on BBC AMERICA. Watch or re-watch the season premiere right here for free on—and share with a friend. We’re excited to pick up with the multi-layered Orphan Black story lines, but it does make us wonder, where else can we catch up […]

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