‘Orphan Black’ Season 4 Trailer Is Fierce, Fabulous, and Frightening

     March 14, 2016


If you’re wondering what you’re going to watch in the month between Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Captain America: Civil War, then get ready, Clone Clubbers. Orphan Black season 4 is getting ready to drop in April, and BBC America released a new rhythmic and upbeat trailer, though it’s not without its life-or-death stakes.

Season 3 seemingly ended on a less intense finale than most, but things will quickly pick back up. In the trailer, Detective Bell (Kevin Hanchard) warns Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) that she’s playing with things that led to Beth’s death, Helena getting ready for her sonogram (I presume based on the latest batch of images), and the fierce and fabulous Krystal returns as she jokes, “I’m late for my own pregnancy.” It looks like she’s giving more oomph to the fierce part, given the snippets of her new kick-ass training regime.

Watch the trailer below.

Season 4 will return to where it all began. Sarah is back home following Beth’s footsteps to track down a mystery ally and tango with a new enemy. Featured in the cast (besides the versatile Maslany) are Évelyne Brochu as Delphine, Kristian Bruun as Donnie, Maria Doyle Kennedy as Siobhan, and Jordan Gavaris as Felix.

Orphan Black season 4 premieres on Thursday, April 14th at 10 p.m. EST. Here’s the official synopsis:

Season 4 of the drama will see leader-of-the-pack, Sarah, reluctantly return home from her Icelandic hideout to track down an elusive and mysterious ally tied to the clone who started it all — Beth Childs. Sarah will follow Beth’s footsteps into a dangerous relationship with a potent new enemy, heading in a horrifying new direction. Under constant pressure to protect the sisterhood and keep everyone safe, Sarah’s old habits begin to resurface. As the close-knit sisters are pulled in disparate directions, Sarah finds herself estranged from the loving relationships that changed her for the better.


Image via BBC America


Image via BBC America


Image via BBC America