Orphan Black finally has its mojo back. Maybe.
Itâ€™s not just fans of the series who were disappointed by the second and third seasons. The show began to sag in terms of prestige and attention. Although Tatiana Maslany finally got some formal recognition for her extraordinary work playing multiple characters, the series itself was revealed to be a lot of vapid rambling and dreary story mythology. Continue reading.
‘Orphan Black’: Tatiana Maslany talks Season 4
â€œBut despite the genre-bending, it’s great that there’s a continuity to it, too. Because these can be jarringly different worlds, and yet they’ve found a way to sew the stories together.Â So to have a common thread through all of them is a pretty amazing feat.â€ Continue reading.
Tatiana Maslany laments reaction to (spoilerâ€™s) death
â€œThereâ€™s a bizarre focus on the fact that sheâ€™s bisexual or a lesbian and has been killed off, and that really reduces her to one thing in representing something, as opposed to being an individual. I find that to be a problematic complaint. Sheâ€™s so much more than her sexuality and to make it about, â€˜well, we killed off a lesbian character,â€™ thatâ€™s really reductive.â€ Continue reading.Â
Say what?! With just a week to go before Season 4 of Orphan Black returns to Space, the Canadian specialty channel has unleashed the first four minutes of “The Collapse of Nature” for fans! A body being buried in the woods? New clone M.K. making a late-night phone call to a very familiar face? What does it all meannnnnn?? Check it out and let us know what you think in the Comments or on Twitter @tv_eh.
Orphan Black airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET on Space.
Ahead of the fourth season debut on April 14, Maslany opened up about how she juggles on set a dozen, and counting, different characters in the popular drama on BBC America and Space in Canada. It’s all about staying in the moment. Continue reading.Â