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BBC America (ended 2017)
cloned again
Jun 16, 2016
Orphan Black Renewed for Fifth and Final Season
The Tatiana Maslany Acting Hour will be back for one final season.
Jun 15, 2016
Orphan Black: It's Time For a Clone to Die

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This Thursday (June 16) marks the end of what is reportedly the penultimate season of BBC America's Orphan Black. With a very limited number of episodes left, and the final act of the show beginning... It's time to kill off one of the clones.

In case you've totally missed the past few episodes (and you should go back and watch it, it's been great), BBCA's clone drama has spent the past season following Sarah, Alison and Cosima (all played by Tatiana Maslany) as they tracked down the cure for a chromosomal abnormality that's killing them... An abnormality that's also a side-effect of the cloning experiment that created them in the first place.

It's a storyline that's been playing out for four seasons on the show, as various factions and shadow conspiracies have tried to dissect the "sisters," own them outright, and ...

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your weekly pod-blast
Apr 15, 2016
Totally Tubular April 14, 2016: Orphan Black, 12 Monkeys, Containment, and More (PODCAST)
Cory and Tim chat about another week of big premieres, Louis C.K.'s debt, and their wives' favorite shows.
Apr 15, 2016
Orphan Black Season 4 Premiere Review: Something Old, Something New, Something Much Better
Told almost entirely through flashbacks to Beth's life prior to her death, the Season 4 premiere was a successful, streamlined reboot of the Orphan Black fans fells in love with.
talking tatiana
Mar 28, 2016
Orphan Black Announces After-Show on BBC America
The clone drama is getting the same treatment as other popular cable shows... the after-show talk show!
babies and bombs
Mar 14, 2016
Orphan Black: WTF Is Happening in This New Trailer for Season 4? (VIDEO)
We don't really know what is happening, but we're at least kind of intrigued by it all.
new night. same clones.
Feb 18, 2016
Orphan Black Season 4 Is Moving Up in the Week and Has a New Trailer! (VIDEO)
No longer will have to stay in on Saturday nights!
awards season
Jan 27, 2016
Black-ish, Arrow, Orphan Black, and Sense8 Are Among the 2016 GLAAD Media Awards Nominees
The list of LGBT-friendly shows keeps growing and growing.
back to the start
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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Episode 10 Season 5
To Right the Wrongs of Many
Episode 9 Season 5
One Fettered Slave
Episode 8 Season 5
Guillotines Decide
Episode 7 Season 5
Gag or Throttle
Episode 6 Season 5
Manacled Slim Wrists
Sarah Manning/Beth Childs/Katja Obinger/Alison Hendrix/Cosima Niehaus/Helena/Rachel Duncan/Krystal Goderitch/M.K. (Mika)
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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.

Tatiana Maslany plays clones Sarah Manning, Beth Childs, Katja Obinger, Alison Hendrix, Cosima Niehaus, Helena, Rachel Duncan, Tony Sawiki, Jennifer Fitzsimmons, Krystal Goderitch, M.K. (Mika) and Camilla Torres.

The episode titles for season one are taken from Charles Darwin's evolutionary text "On The Origin of Species" (published November 24, 1859). Season two 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. Season four titles are inspired by the works of Donna Haraway, Distinguished Professor Emerita in the History of Consciousness Department and Feminist Studies Department at the University of California. All of the titles are taken directly (or inspired by) various elements of her seminal works: Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of Nature and A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century. Season 5 titles are from Ella Wheeler Wilcox's poem Protest from her 1914 book Poems of Problems written at the peak of the Women's Suffrage movement and just as WWI was set to go off.

This series is rated TV-MA.