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Orphan Black Begins Filming Its Fourth Season


Orphan Black wrapped up its third season in June, leaving many fans with some big questions such as [SPOILER ALERT], ‘What will happened to Project Castor?’, ‘Are Sarah and her sisters safe?’ and the big one: ‘WHO KILLED DELPHINE?’ Well, we will soon find out because Orphan Black has begun shooting its fourth season.

In a new synopsis for season four, we get a preview of what’s to come and how Beth, the clone who committed suicide in season one, factors into the upcoming episodes:

“In Season 4, Sarah returns home from Iceland to track down an elusive new ally tied to Beth’s past. Sarah follows Beth’s footsteps into a dangerous relationship with a potent new enemy, and uncovers a horrifying new facet of the conspiracy…the near constant terror pushes everyone to their limit, particularly Sarah’s daughter, Kira. Under pressure, Sarah’s old habits begin to resurface. The Leda clones are pulled in disparate directions and Sarah finds herself estranged from the loving relationships that changed her for the better.”


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While we don’t have the answers just yet, we can tell you which one of your fave cast members will be returning next season: Jordan Gavaris (Felix), Kristian Bruun (Donny), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Mrs. S), Josh Vokey (Scott), and Kevin Hanchard (Art) are all slated to return alongside our heroine, Tatiana Maslany. Oh, and the male clones? Don’t worry, actor Ari Millen will also be back to play “a clone of the likes we haven’t seen before.” So there are more male clones! Also returning will be Topside “cleaner” Ferdinand played by James Frain. And new to this season will be Republic of Doyle‘s Joel Thomas Hynes who will be playing “a hard-to-get-along-with hacker.”

Season four is scheduled to wrap in March of 2016 and will feature 10 new one hour-long episodes—that’s 10 more chances for the Emmys to give Tatiana Maslany an award already.

In the meantime, catch up on seasons one and two of Orphan Black on CraveTV.

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