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Comic Con News: Orphan Black S3 Blooper & Highlights Reels Are Here!

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Attending an Orphan Black panel at San Diego Comic Con is always a treat, and this year was definitely no exception.  Every regular cast member, including one recently departed one, was there, along with series creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett, to tell us behind-the-scenes tales of their season 3 exploits.  The fans in the audience were some of the most enthusiastic I’ve ever seen, with standing ovations, cheers, and laughs happening so frequently it was more the norm than the exception.

Having such an entertaining cast on stage was more than enough, but Orphan Black fans know the show never stops, even at “more than enough.”  Keeping with that spirit, we were treated to this newly-released season 3 blooper reel.  If you can watch it without laughing out loud, you have no soul.

BBC America has also released the following season 3 highlights reel.  Watching it will make you smile with glee over the great moments this season has brought us, but it may also elicit a tear or two when you realize how long we’ll have to wait for season 4.  But hey, at least there’s a fourth season coming!

To see what Donnie and Alison do in the off-season, take a look at these 3 hilarious trailers for a movie, sitcom, and telenovela that we’d love to see actually happen: Donnie & Alison’s Alternate Projects

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Tom Gardiner