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Jan 13, 2016
Orphan Black Is Going Down the Rabbit Hole in Season 4 (VIDEO)
Wonderland ain't all that wonderful.
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clone clubbin'
Dec 27, 2015
Orphan Black: The First Season 4 Teaser Is an Eyeful! (VIDEO)
What in the heck is going on in this super tease?
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introducing project castor
Jun 22, 2014
Orphan Black Season 2 Finale Review: Sarah and Her Sisters
Orphan Black's universe continued to expand beyond our wildest dreams in "Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried," proving once again that the show is far more complex and original than we ever could have imagined.
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Clone wars
Jun 02, 2013
Orphan Black Season 1 Finale Review: Same, Same But Different
BBC America's fantastic new show wraps its debut season by making another strong case for creative freedom and shorter seasons.
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it ain't cats
Apr 20, 2014
Orphan Black Season 2 Premiere Review: Personal Property
"Nature Under Constraint and Vexed" felt like a seamless continuation of Season 1, utilizing the same tricks that made the series so exciting and addicting in the first place.
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Weird science
Apr 27, 2014
Orphan Black "Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion" Review: Not Your Fault, But Reality
In this quieter follow-up to the season premiere, the search for Kira came to a startling close, Alison came to grips with the truth about Donnie, and a million new questions arose about Mrs S.
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black comedy
Jun 01, 2014
Orphan Black "Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things" Review: Luck Versus Karma
The majority of this episode served to remind us that Orphan Black is just as gifted with comedy as it is with drama, which served to increase the intensity of the hour's more serious moments.
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"do we have a boat?!"
Jun 15, 2014
Orphan Black "Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done" Review: The One Where Donnie Grew a Pair
The penultimate episode of Orphan Black's second season saw nearly all of the show's separate plot threads come together with a shocking, episode-ending reveal.
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it's all connected
May 11, 2014
Orphan Black "Governed As It Were By Chance" Review: So Many Enemies, So Little Time
"Governed As It Were By Chance" brought the clones together in a seamless way, right as Sarah and Felix made a discovery about Rachel.
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Sarah Manning/Beth Childs/Katja Obinger/Alison Hendrix/Cosima Niehaus/Helena/Rachel Duncan/Jennifer Fitzsimmons/Tony Sawicki
Delphine Cormier
Felix Dawkins
Paul Dierden
Donnie Hendrix

Sarah, a grifter, witnesses the suicide of a woman who looks just like her. She picks up the woman's handbag and runs. Instead of solving the mystery of how they can look the same, she is confronted with more mysteries. Taking on the woman's identity she discovers they are clones and that there are more of them out there, living in a wide range of circumstances.

As Sarah tries to find out what is going on and who is responsible for it, someone starts picking them off one by one. In a race to find the reason for it all before the killer can get to her, Sarah doesn't know who to trust.

The episode titles for season one are taken from Charles Darwin's evolutionary text "On The Origin of Species" (published November 24, 1859) and for season two, the episode titles are quotes from the works of Sir Francis Bacon. Season three episode titles come from Dwight D. Eisenhower's televised Farewell Address to the Nation given on January 17, 1961 from the Oval Office.

This series is rated TV-MA.

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