Articles for Orphan Black Season 2

Welcome to Orphan Black season 2! Last season, Sarah Manning found out she was one of an untold number of clones, assumed the life of one of them, got into various shenanigans, etc. etc. I‘m sure if you‘re reading this you already know everything that happened, unless you‘re my mother. Hi, mom! Orphan Black Season Two: A New Clone is Revealed >>> Read more »
In the Orphan Black season 2 premiere, Sarah found out Rachel didn‘t have Kira, Art found out more about the clones, and an injured Helena showed up to the hospital. In episode 2, the search for Kira continues and ends in a shocking revelation. Read more »
Things are never boring on Orphan Black. In the span of one episode, "Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion", we get misplaced organs, multiple shootings, a hilariously terrible musical number, and a recap that is way longer than I intended. The clones‘ storylines are pretty separate this week, so let‘s take it one at a time. Orphan Black Interview: Jordan Gavaris on Tumultuous Relationships and Evolution Theme in Season 2 >>> Read more »
Orphan Black season 3 has seen the clones each moving forward in their own directions. Sarah‘s on the run with Kira and Felix, Alison‘s left on her own, Cosima is working with Delphine, and Helena‘s being held by religious fanatics. Read more »
This week on Orphan Black: Sarah gets a hot boyfriend, Alison gets really drunk, Cosima gets emotionally traumatized, Helena (possibly) gets impregnated, and I get carried away and write another long recap. Let‘s go!Orphan Black Spoilers: Each Clone Faces Their Own New Threat >>> Read more »
Sarah is determined to get to the truth even if it puts her life in danger, but only if Kira is safe on Orphan Black. The car crash provides the escape that she needs to get away from Rachel‘s goon in "Governed As It Were By Chance." Now what? Read more »
I‘m thinking of doing a weekly contest to see which clone on Orphan Black is having the worst week. Because the trend I‘m sensing is that nobody on this show is ever going to have a good day. Last week I crowned Helena the winner because of her creepy cult marriage and possible sexual assault. Who will win this title this week? Let‘s find out!Orphan Black Interview: Jordan Gavaris Talks Season 2 >>> Read more »
Orphan Black season 2, has introduced us to Cal. Cal is a cabin-dwelling, pot-smoking, bee-loving retired engineer who does origami and has achieved the perfect manly scruff. He also happens to be Kira‘s father and as such has earned Sarah‘s trust. But is he really worthy of that trust? On a show as full of duplicity as BBC America‘s Orphan Black, it‘s hard to accept someone as seemingly perfect as Cal. Let‘s go through the things we know about him and see if we can guess the truth.  Read more »
Despite Sarah‘s visible fear of Helena, the sisters were reunited without any bloodshed between the two of them on last week‘s Orphan Black. On "Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est," Sarah continues to try and keep her family, including her sestra safe. Read more »
This week on Orphan Black, Helena is perfect, Rachel is the opposite of perfect, and people who aren‘t the clones actually have the worst week. Enjoy that temporary reprieve, ladies, because there‘s no way that‘s going to last.Orphan Black Season 2: Can Cal Be Trusted? >>> Read more »
Sarah solidified her sestra-bond with Helena on last Saturday‘s Orphan Black when she was able to keep her twin from killing Rachel. They left together a road trip to search for the Swan Man. On "To Hound Nature In Her Wanderings," will they find Ethan Duncan? Read more »
This week on BBC America‘s Orphan Black, Sarah finds Duncan, Helena finds her groove, and Alison finds yet another terrible decision to make. Let‘s go!Orphan Black: Can Cal Be Trusted? >>> Read more »
The Television Critics Association has announced its nominees for 2014, and the list includes many of the expected critical darlings. HBO‘s True Detective leads with four nominations while  CBS‘ The Good Wife and the final season of AMC‘s Breaking Bad scored three .  Read more »
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association has announced nominations for the 2014 Critics‘ Choice TV Awards, and both network and cable TV lead the field. The Big Bang Theory, The Good Wife, Fargo, Masters of Sex and the recent HBO film The Normal Heart are tied for the most nods with five each.The Americans, Breaking Bad, Orange is the New Black and Sherlock: His Last Vow all have four nominations. Read more »
It‘s about to get even more intense and crazy on Orphan Black. In "Knowledge Of Causes, And Secret Motion Of Things," long-kept secrets and several newer ones are revealed. In response, difficult decisions are made, which results in people‘s lives being in jeopardy. Read more »
Previously on Orphan Black, everybody made bad decisions. This week, everybody makes bad decisions. I‘m going to go out on a limb and guess that next week everybody will make bad decisions.2014 TCA Award Nominations Announced >>> Read more »
Have you picked your jaw off the ground yet after that final moment in last week‘s Orphan Black? Oh, Donnie! This Saturday‘s "Variable And Full Of Perturbation," is the show‘s most shocking so far and perhaps even controversial. After the initial surprise is over, brace yourself for what happens next. Read more »
This week on Orphan Black, Rachel continues to deal with things poorly, Felix comes perilously close to incest, and Alison and Donnie‘s relationship is improved by murder. Onwards!Orphan Black Season 2: Can Cal Be Trusted? >>> Read more »
Cosima is dying and Alison has a dead body in her garage. Both situations are at the center of Orphan Black‘s penultimate episode, "Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done" It‘s a crazy and dangerous time for all the clones. The hour ends with a cliffhanger so distressing that it will be a long wait for the season 2 finale. Read more »
If I were to do a best week contest instead of my usual worst week one, the winner would be me. Because not only did I get to watch this episode of Orphan Black, "Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done", but I got paid to watch it. I may have peaked in life.Orphan Black Season 2: Can Cal Be Trusted? >>> Read more »
The winners were announced Thursday night for the 2014 Critics‘ Choice TV Awards. The Broadcast Television Journalists Association honors dramas, comedies, reality TV and talk shows.Orange is the New Black and Fargo came away as the big winners of the night, with three awards each. OITNB won for Best Comedy Series, with Kate Mulgrew winning Best Supporting Actress -- but it was a tie with Mom‘s Allison Janney. (Janney also won for her role on Masters of Sex.) Fargo took home the top honor in the miniseries category. Read more »
Every time an episode of Orphan Black ends, I‘m left with a long list of questions. It was no different with the season 2 finale. Lives are hanging in the balance and a whole new project was introduced in "By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried," and that‘s just part of it.Let‘s face it, Clone Club. As much as we all love this show, it also leaves us very frustrated. Yes, we get some answers, but when we do, we‘re just left with even more questions and we‘re still left wondering who can be trusted, despite what someone may do to help one of the clones.  Read more »
Previously on Orphan Black, a lot of stuff went down, most of it deeply disturbing. In the season 2 finale, "By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried," we are introduced to new levels of wrongness and perversion. No one gets forcefully impregnated, though, so on the whole it‘s far less unsettling than the season average.Tatiana Maslany Wins at 2014 Critics‘ Choice TV Awards >>> Read more »
BBC America announced the renewal of both Orphan Black and Broadchurch today during their press conference at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour. They also introduced two new series for 2015: Tatau and The Last Kingdom. Read more »
Everyone‘s eagerly anticipating San Diego Comic-Con 2014. So to help you plan for the big event, here are all the television-related panels and event information for Friday, July 25. Read more »
Clone Club, rejoice! Orphan Black has begun production on season 3 in Toronto, and the series will be back with even more clones in Spring 2015. But who will be back? Is Rachel dead? Well, there are a couple of clues that suggest she didn‘t survive the finale.The season 2 finale saw Sarah stab a pencil through Rachel‘s eye as she rescued Kira, but there‘s always the chance she survived and could just have an eye patch, right? Maybe not, given what the press release says about season 3‘s characters and a photo from the first table read.  Read more »
Clone Club, ready for some good news? It may not help make the wait for Orphan Black season 3 seem any shorter, but BBC America has announced casting and details for five new characters joining the hit series.Joining the cast are Shameless‘ Justin Chatwin, Intruders‘ James Frain, Lost Girl‘s Ksenia Solo, Warehouse 13‘s Kyra Harper and Murdoch Mysteries‘ Earl Pastko. Read more »
It‘s awards season, and today the nominations for the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced. For TV shows, Modern Family leads all programs with four nominations while Game of Thrones, Homeland and House of Cards each picked up three.  Read more »
It‘s a good day to be a member of Clone Club. Start those countdown clocks now, because BBC America has not only released a new teaser and photo, but has also announced the Orphan Black season 3 premiere date. Get ready for more clones in 120 days.There‘s still a very good reason to stay in on Saturday nights, as the third season of the hit conspiracy thriller series is premiering on April 18. The new season will see Sarah, Cosima, Alison and Helena more vulnerable than ever and their bond tested with the reveal of the male clones (played by Ari Millen). Read more »