*** SPOILER ALERT. If you haven’t seen the premiere of Season 2 of ORPHAN BLACK yet, you may want to skip this video, watch the episode first. ***
Governed By Sound Reason and True Religion
This week, while Alison (Golden Globe® nominee TATIANA MASLANY, Parks and Recreation) struggles with Aynsley’s death and Cosima (MASLANY) grapples with the worsening symptoms of her mysterious sickness, Sarah (MASLANY) enlists Art (KEVIN HANCHARD, Suits)’s help to find Kira (SKYLER WEXLER) and is shocked when she learns where the trail leads.
Nature Under Constraint and Vexed
In the season premiere, Sarah is out of options, on the run, and pursued by deadly adversaries.
Desperate to find her daughter Kira, Sarah suspects ruthless pro-clone Rachel is behind her daughter’s disappearance and sparks an all out war against her.
Alison and Donnie attend the funeral of her fallen friend, Aynsley, causing Alison to sink into guilt and despair.
Cosima is faced with a perplexing decision that may have dire consequences.
Orphan Black Season 2 Premieres April 19th at 9e 6p
Tatiana Maslany – break out star of BBC AMERICA’S Orphan Black – took home one of the biggest Critics’ Choice Television Awards last night after being named Best Actress in a Drama Series by the Broadcast Television Journalist Association.
“Tatiana Maslany is truly television’s brightest new star,” commented Perry Simon, General Manager, BBC AMERICA. “Her tour de force performance on Orphan Black is richly deserving of this honor and we are thrilled that the TV critics have recognized her exceptional talent.”
This was Maslany’s first Critics’ Choice Award nomination and first win for her acclaimed Orphan Black performance in which she plays seven roles. The Best Actress category included Claire Danes, Vera Farmiga, Juliana Margulies, Elizabeth Moss and Keri Russell. Maslany also served as a presenter at the Awards Ceremony held last night in Los Angeles.
The Critics’ Choice win comes on the heels of Tatiana’s Television Critics Association Award Nomination for Individual Achievement in Drama, announced yesterday. TCA also nominated Orphan Black in the New Program category.
Free episodes of Orphan Black are available now on Video on Demand and can be purchased on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox Live, VUDU and Sony PSN.
Orphan Black: Season One arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on July 16.