Orphan Black Season 2 Episode 4: Governed As If It Were By Chance — And in the beginning, there was Mr. & Mrs. Duncan? Clone Club Player-Presidents!
This is my sister Sarah, and this is my other sister Sarah.
Orphan Black Season 2 Episode #3: Mingling its Own Nature With It — The Clone Club never ceases to find new members.
Orphan Black Season 2 Episode 2: Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion— Prolethians, Neolutionists and Clonesbians, Oh My!
Orphan Black Season 2 Episode 1: Nature Under Constraint and Vexed — The Clone Club is back in session, this week’s mystery Where’s Kira?
This week’s television is about cable networks exploring new territory. WGN and Hallmark expand their scripted offerings while TVGN works with Alan Thicke. Here’s what else is on.
Television gets morbid this week, thanks to the debuts of Deadbeat and Fargo. Maybe the return of Mad Men will lighten the mood? Here’s what else is on TV this week.
Sarah has to add a German accent to her arsenal as she needs to track down Katja’s briefcase. However, a third woman (a soccer mom? Yikes!) enters Sarah’s life. What’s the connection between Sarah, Beth, Katja and Alison?
BBC America decided to be awesome and is re-broadcasting the first season of science fiction drama Orphan Black. This week we meet Sarah, a petty criminal returning to the city to reunite with her daughter. When she witnesses a woman (who looks exactly like her) commit suicide, she and her foster brother Felix get started on a potential new con.
This week on Orphan Black, we get introduced to Clone Club. Alison’s kids get introduced to Felix, Cosima and Sarah get better acquainted, Katja’s murder becomes Beth’s case, and we all get introduced to Clone #9.