W5 investigates the dying days of Canada’s top palliative care doctor.
From a media release:
Michiel Huisman, Peter Outerbridge, and Ari Millen Join Cast of Hit Space Original Series, ORPHAN BLACK
- From Temple Street Productions, ORPHAN BLACK is produced in partnership with Space and BBC America, with Season 2 set to premiere in April 2014
Bell Media’s Space, BBC America, and Temple Street Productions announced earlier today that Michiel Huisman (World War Z, TREME, NASHVILLE), Peter Outerbridge (NIKITA, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, REGENESIS) and Ari Millen (Monster Brawl) have joined the recurring cast of the critically-acclaimed conspiracy clone thriller ORPHAN BLACK. Season 2 of the 10-episode, one-hour drama is currently in production and is scheduled to premiere on Space in April 2014.
In Season 2 of ORPHAN BLACK, Michiel Huisman takes on the role of Cal Morrison, a rugged, resourceful outdoorsman. He’s adaptive and creative with a sixth sense about people and situations. These venerable human traits will come in handy as crossing paths with clones is fraught with surprise, danger, and surprising revelations.
Peter Outerbridge is Henrik “Hank” Johanssen, a modern day cowboy. He leads a flock of followers that has broken away from the Old World “Prolethean” brotherhood. Under his messianic vision, the age-old divide between science and religion has merged into a new fresh threat to the clones.
Ari Millen is cast as Mark, a cunning predator with a dark edge. Mark is utterly devoted to Johanssen, who took him in and built him into a True Believer. Now, guided by twisted morality and desperate faith, he’s a relentless and dogged pursuer of the clones.
Season 2 hits the ground running with Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) in a desperate race to find her missing daughter. Her scorched earth tactics spark a war with Rachel (Maslany), dividing and imperiling all the clones. As Sarah gets closer to her own origin story, several mysterious newcomers appear, but nobody can be trusted.
ORPHAN BLACK stars Critics’ Choice Award winner Tatiana Maslany (Picture Day, PARKS AND RECREATION), who to date has portrayed seven different characters (Sarah, Beth, Katja, Alison, Cosima, Helena, and Rachel). Rounding out the cast is Jordan Gavaris (UNNATURAL HISTORY) as Felix, Sarah’s foster brother; Gemini Award-winner Maria Doyle Kennedy (DOWNTON ABBEY) as Mrs. S, Sarah and Felix’s hard-nosed working class foster mother; Dylan Bruce (NCIS) as Paul, Beth’s boyfriend with a secret linked to his army days in Afghanistan; Kevin Hanchard (REPUBLIC OF DOYLE) as Art, a veteran detective; Michael Mando (THE KILLING) as Vic, Sarah’s sporadically violent ex; and Skyler Wexler (ALPHAS) as Kira, Sarah’s seven-year-old daughter.
From a media release:
Season 4 of HAVEN will now premiere on Friday, November 8 at 9PM ET/PT.
Haven Season 4 Synopsis:
Premieres Friday, November 8 at 9PM ET/PT
Season 4 of Haven picks up six months after the devastating events of the Season 3 cliffhanger in which the town was pummeled by a violent meteor storm. Audrey (Emily Rose) and Duke (Eric Balfour) vanished into thin air leaving an injured Nathan (Lucas Bryant) marooned in Haven. Rounding out the cast are Adam Copeland, Richard Donat, John Dunsworth and Kate Kelton, and recurring guest star Colin Ferguson.
Marketplace, CBC – “Movin’ Day Showdown”
Marketplace goes undercover to put moving companies to the test, investigating shifty practices, shady fees and what you can do to protect yourself.
The Fifth Estate, CBC – “Made in Bangladesh”
Who made that shirt you are wearing? When Mark Kelley went looking in Bangladesh he found some shocking answers.
From Amber Dowling of TV Guide Canada:
City moves ‘Package Deal’ to new night
The switcheroos begin Monday, Oct. 14 when Package Deal and 2 Broke Girls swap timeslots on City, bumping Package Deal to 9 p.m. ET. That pits the Canadian comedy right up against repeats of No. 1 sitcom The Big Bang Theory on CBS for three weeks, until Mike & Molly bows on Nov. 4 on both City and CBS. When that happens, Package Deal is coming off Monday nights and sliding over to Thursdays, beginning Nov. 7, at 9:30 p.m. ET. Continue reading.