We’ve all been
impatiently waiting for the debut of Orphan Black‘s fourth season and that wait is almost over. The good people at BBC America know you’re suffering, Clone Club, and they want to help. So in a generous move, they’ve released the first four minutes of the season opener to satiate your craving and probably drive you a little more insane. Let’s have a look, shall we?
From BBC America:
From photos of your favorite clones, to glimpses of the new season set to pulsating beats, BBC AMERICA has now released a final sneak peek – the first four minutes of season four. BBC AMERICA’s Orphan Black premieres Thursday, April 14th at 10/9c.
An exclusive first look at the opening scene of the premiere episode packs an exciting punch and an OMG moment that will set tongues wagging. Buckle-up clone club, Orphan Black is back!
In a season where the sisters will have to go back to the beginning, fans will find the clones, and those who love them, as clueless about their fate as we first met them in season one. They now know what they are, who created them, and who was trying to destroy them; but what if everything they thought they knew, was a misdirect? What if they were sent down the wrong rabbit hole? What if they missed a crucial chapter of the mystery? When Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) returns home from her Icelandic hideout to track down an elusive new clone tied to Beth (Maslany), she and her sisters will band together to uncover the truth, no matter who they have to hurt in the process.
A new Orphan Black after-show, After the Black, will air following the season premiere on April 14th at 11/10c, with guests Tatiana Maslany and Kevin Hanchard.
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Orphan Black season 4 premieres on its new night, Thursday, April 14 at 10/9C on BBC America