The clone thriller Orphan Black just set a date for its fifth and final season: June 10 on BBC America.
@#$% AND YES. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has finally corrected a grave injustice and given Tatiana Maslany, the uber-talented star of Orphan Black her first—but long overdue—nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Clone dance party, everyone!
Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany is testing for the female lead in the Gareth Edwards Star Wars spinoff. Come on, Lucasfilm, this one's easy.
Orphan Black's second season ended with a mind-boggling cliffhanger, and now we have to wait a whole year to find out what happens next. And to process all of the insane developments in season two. We talked to the show's creators and cast, and they reminisced... and dropped a few hints.
This might as well be a commercial for the thoughtful and talented fan who made Tatiana Maslany a set of clone nesting dolls because I certainly want one. Whoever you are, how can I place my order?
At the jam-packed Orphan Black panel at Comic-Con, moderator Dalton Ross started with what we're all wondering most: what's wrong with those Emmy voters? Why didn't the incredible star Tatiana Maslany get that nod? She has a theory.
The Orphan Black second season finale gave us one big scene featuring multiple clones. It looked impressive on the screen, but how did it look during filming? Just don't watch if you haven't seen the finale.
Are you caught up on Orphan Black? If not, you might want to finish your binge watching before tomorrow night's second season premiere—because it's going to spiral us into a whole new level of clone-based mysteries. Here's our spoiler-free review of Season Two's first episode.
Season 2 of BBC America's fantastic clone drama Orphan Black premieres on April 17th, and it looks like all the Tatiana Maslanys are in serious trouble. Honestly, I don't know if I'm more excited to see where the story is going or just to see three Tatiana Maslanys acting opposite each other again.
2013 is almost over — but before we say goodbye lets say thank you to the people who made this year the best year. Seriously, without this list of breakout actors and brand new faces we would be lost, bored, or have nothing to GIF. Here is our complete list of the best breakout stars of 2013.
The best thing about Orphan Black — okay, besides star Tatiana Maslany's incredible performance as seven different people, and the fact that it's awesome — is the tremendous special effects, which allow Maslany to physically interact with her "clones." This video finally explains how this magic is possible!
The first season of Orphan Black, BBC America's cloning conspiracy thriller, comes out on DVD this week, and everyone who hasn't watched it yet needs to pick up the discs and start binging now. Over just 10 episodes, Orphan Black has become our newest scifi obsession, and here's why.
We can now add "award-winning" to Tatiana Maslany's name. This week, the Orphan Black star won a Critics' Choice TV Award, generating buzz that she could receive an Emmy nod, which, if there is any justice in the entertainment world, she will.
We're crazy excited for BBC America's new clone drama Orphan Black, starring Tatiana Maslany in over five different characters (that we've counted thus far). It's a predominately all female cast, played by the same woman. Check out how she does, and get a sneak peek into the many minds of the clones she impersonates…
What kind of person sees someone commit suicide — and then decides to steal her identity? That's actually the most interesting question in the pilot of Orphan Black, which airs tomorrow on BBC America after Doctor Who.