[05/22/17 - 10:27 AM] Video: Final Trailer Released for BBC America's "Orphan Black" Get a final look at what to expect this season on the network's award-winning clone drama before the series returns Saturday, June 10.
[via press release from BBC America]
FINAL TRAILER RELEASED FOR BBC AMERICA'S ORPHAN BLACK
RETURNING SATURDAY, JUNE 10TH AT 10/9c
BBC AMERICA released today the final Orphan Black trailer, revealing clues on the fate of the sestra-hood. Get a final look at what to expect this season on the network's award-winning clone drama before the series returns Saturday, June 10th at 10/9c.
The clones have been through it all together. From assassinations, detrimental illnesses, monitors and accidental murders to suburban drug fronts, kidnappings, male clones and biological warfare - there isn't anything this lot hasn't experienced. But through it all, they've remained united in their love and mission to keep each other safe at all costs. They've sacrificed their families, the loves of their lives, and any true sense of normalcy - all for the chance to liberate themselves from forces much bigger than any one of them. Now, they must all fight for the family they've chosen, for a new future and ultimately, for freedom.
The cast and executive producers of Orphan Black will make an appearance in NYC at their sold-out Split Screen Festival screening and panel Tuesday, June 6th at 6:30p ET.
NOTE TO EDITORS
Orphan Black is produced by Temple Street, a division of Boat Rocker Studios, in association with BBC AMERICA and Bell Media's SPACE.
Seasons 1-4 of Orphan Black are now available on BBCAMERICA.COM, the BBC AMERICA App and Amazon Prime.
[05/22/18 - 07:06 AM] Video: Trailer Debut - "The Staircase" on Netflix June 8 "The Staircase" follows the compelling story of Michael Peterson, a crime novelist accused of killing wife Kathleen after she is found dead at the bottom of a staircase in their home, and the 16 year judicial battle that followed.
[05/15/18 - 01:00 PM] Video: Trailers of ABC's New Series Get your first look at "The Rookie," "Whiskey Cavalier," "Single Parents," "The Kids Are Alright," "Grand Hotel," "A Million Little Things" and "The Fix."