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Orphan Black Boss on Burning Qs About Kira's Dad, Charlotte's Future and More

Warning: The following contains spoilers for the very last episode of Orphan Black. Proceed at your own peril. Orphan Black may be over, but our burning questions about the series finale will never end. After weighing in on when and how he and co-creator/director John Fawcett decided what the shows swan song would be, co-creator/writer [] http://tvline.com/2017/08/13/orphan-black-series-finale-burning-questions-cal-charlotte-art/

'Orphan Black': The Best Character Moments and Clone Swap of Season 5

The final season of Orphan Black was filled with moments during which characters had a chance to step up -- and step up they did. Whether it was killing (or refusing to kill), making a bold move or just sestras being sestras, these are the moments we'll remember. Here are the best character and Clone Club moments and clone swap of season 5.  ...Read More...   http://www.buddytv.com/articles/orphan-black/orphan-black-the-best-characte-65699.aspx

Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany Looks Back at Her Clone Journey, Talks Bloody Goodbye and 'Really Different' Finale

Orphan Blacks chameleon-like star Tatiana Maslany had such a difficult time parting with the many clones she has played on the BBC America series that she, literally, got a nosebleed while saying goodbye to one of them. The bloody moment, which came during her final scene as suburban mom Alison, was so telling in terms [] http://tvline.com/2017/08/10/orphan-black-series-finale-spoilers-tatiana-maslany-preview/

Orphan Black Season 5 Episode 9: That Time We Almost Lost Helena

Orphan Black 5×09 is the second-to-last episode of the series, ever. After the death of Siobhan Sadler (Mrs. S., played by Maria Doyle Kennedy) in the previous episode, viewers might have been expecting a chance to breathe before saying goodbye to the clones forever. But Orphan Black is not that type of series and never has been. Instead, Orphan Black 5×09 became that time we almost lost Helena. Luckily, though, "One Fettered Slave" had at least the chance for a happy ending that its predecessor did not. READ MORE...

Orphan Black: Behind the Scenes Videos That’ll Blow You Away

The hit series "Orphan Black" is highly entertaining as the clones take us beyond science. The DYAD laboratories are churning them out and viewers may not know how difficult it is to achieve the seemingly simple scenes that we see on the show. Here are five of the behind the scenes videos that will give you an idea of just how these masters achieve such amazing cinematic effects for the show. READ MORE...

Orphan Black Star Breaks Down That Shocking Death

(Warning! There are spoilers from Saturday's Orphan Black past this point!) Take some deep breaths, Clone Club; Orphan Black just parted ways with one of its most beloved characters and it's a lot to process. Yes, Mrs. S is dead, but she may have taken the Neolutionists down with her. During Saturday's  ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/orphan-black-spoiler-mrs-s-dies/?rss=breakingnews

Orphan Black Star on [Spoiler]'s Death: 'It's an Extraordinary Loss' for Sarah

Warning: The following contains huge spoilers for Saturdays Orphan Black. Proceed at your own peril. Now it feels like the final season. Orphan Black took the life of a major character during Saturdays episode when Ferdinand killed Sarah and Felixs beloved foster mother Mrs. S (played by Maria Doyle Kennedy). Before her demise, the badass [] http://tvline.com/2017/07/29/orphan-black-recap-season-5-episode-8-mrs-s-dead/

21 Memorable Moments From Comic-Con

What began in the basement of a San Diego hotel as an intimate meeting of about 300 comic book, movie, and sci-fi fans has become a gargantuan gathering of entertainment lovers of all stripes, with attendance topping 160,000 in recent years. As major Hollywood studios have caught on to the conference's unparalleled marketing potential, Comic-Con has become a critical part any project launch even tangentially related to a fantasy genre. With so many high-profile films and beloved TV shows holding panel discussions for audiences of adoring fans, there's been no shortage of funny, shocking, and touching moments. Here are a few from the past several years:   2016: Game of Thrones Rob McElhenney interviewed the cast, most of whom appeared much more chill than their Westerosi alter egos. Go figure. 2016: Orphan Black 's Best Bits Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, and the rest of the cast delighted the crowd simply by being charming and adorable and Canadian. 2016: The Flash Want to see Grant Gustin and Jesse L. Martin tap dancing? Of course you do. 2015: Adam Savage and the Astronaut The Mythbusters co-host has made a habit of walking around SDCC in disguise, but this time he took astronaut Chris Hadfield along for the cosplay fun. 2015: A Family Guy Table Reading It will never not be weird watching the actors who voice our favorite animated characters do their thing. 2014: Stephen Amell's Abs The Canadian actor showed off his ripped torso to a playful John Barrowman and a thirsty audience. 2013: Bryan Cranston as Walter White Many celebrities have strolled alongside the normals in masks, but Bryan Cranston fooled people by disguising himself as his most famous character. Listen carefully to the comment at the end. 2013: Doctor Simpson When Matt Smith got in on the disguised fun, he chose a lame Bart Simpson mask. But he had fun, bless. 2013: "Let's Go to the Mall" Nothing's more awkward fun than making people sing when they aren't prepared, right? Cobie Smulders, with help from the rest of the How I Met Your Mother cast, sang the best pop song of the early '90s. 2013: Doctor Who 's 50th Anniversary More than 800 fans met up to celebrate the iconic BBC show, but they weren't expecting Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman to join. 2013: The X-Files 20th Anniversary Reunion David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson discussed the possibility of future X-Files films, but she shot down the idea of doing a limited series. Mmm hmm. 2012: Firefly 's 10th Anniversary Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, and other cast members reunited to celebrate one of network TV's best sci-fi shows (and biggest cancellation mistakes). 2012: Archer Stars Pick Their Faves H. Jon Benjamin, Aisha Tyler, and others recited their favorite lines from the hysterical, dirty show. 2012: Exterminate! Doctor Who companion Karen Gillan's showed off her Dalek impersonation. Well, she tried. 2012: Talk This Way British badass Andrew Lincoln and Walking Dead co-star Lauren Cohan explained how they mastered the American-Southern accent. 2011: Chuck 's Tearful Goodbye Zachary Levi captured all the hearts while thanking fans during his show's final Comic-Con panel. 2011: Getting Psych ed Members of the cast jumped in to sing part of the theme song of the long-running USA show. You know the words, right? 2009: David Tennant Kisses John Barrowman When Russell T. Davies appeared alongside David Tennant and John Barrowman to introduce the BBC America premieres of new episodes of Doctor Who and Torchwood , the famously pansexual Captain Jack got some love from the Doctor. 2009: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock An audience member asked The Big Bang Theory star Jim Parson to explain the show's confusing game of chance. 2008: Triumphant Moments A fan bumped into Triumph the Insult Comic Dog while he was roasting some nerds on the Convention Center floor. 2008: Barrowman Being Barrowman The Torchwood star and his on-screen love Gareth David-Lloyd went full innuendo. div.post p { text-align: justify; }

Orphan Black: Krystal Returned and It Was Everything

  We've been waiting for what feels like forever for Krystal Goderitch ( Tatiana Maslany ) to make her triumphant return to Orphan Black and on Saturday, she finally resurfaced! The always refreshing ex-manicurist once again found herself at the center of a Neolution conspiracy when her friend Brie's  ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/krystal-tatiana-maslany-orphan-black-season-5/?rss=breakingnews

'Orphan Black' Interview: Ari Millen Says Ira's 'As Close to Being His Own Person' As He Ever Has Been

In the beginning on Orphan Black , there were just the Leda clones, but during the course of the series, we met the Castors, played by Ari Millen, and Ira's the one who has been by Susan's side since we first met him. But he's started changing and becoming his own person, especially this season. Read on for BuddyTV's chat with Millen as he discusses that devastating moment for Ira from "Manacled Slim Wrists," the Castor's reunion with Coady and more, and teases the rest of the season.  ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/orphan-black/orphan-black-interview-ari-mil-65366.aspx