Production Begins On Season 4 Of Orphan Black
Space, Temple Street Productions, and BBC America announced that production has begun on Season 4 of the critically-acclaimed original Canadian series Orphan Black and the return of Tatiana Maslany to her Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated role.
The third season of this mind-bending thriller plunged into the clone sisterhood, as they came together to combat the new line of male “Castor” clones and their journey towards the truth of who, and what they are. In Season 4, Sarah returns home from Iceland to track down an elusive new ally tied to Beth’s past. Sarah follows Beth’s footsteps into a dangerous relationship with a potent new enemy, and uncovers a horrifying new facet of the conspiracy.
“Orphan Black’s many fans will be rewarded with an intense Season 4, which is shaping up to be a white-knuckle ride with more twists and turns than ever before,” said Corrie Coe, Senior Vice-President of Independent Production at Bell Media, in a press release. “Together with our incredibly talented partners at Temple Street Productions, BBCA, and the extraordinary cast and crew, the bar continues to be raised on this outstanding production.”
“The cast and crew of Orphan Black are thrilled to start work on Season 4 of our critically-acclaimed series,” said David Fortier and Ivan Schneeberg, executive producers of Orphan Black and Co-Presidents of Temple Street Productions. “The show continues to engage more fans from around the world with our gripping storyline led by the stellar Tatiana Maslany.”
This season on Orphan Black, the near constant terror pushes everyone to their limit, particularly Sarah’s daughter, Kira. Under pressure, Sarah’s old habits begin to resurface. The clones are pulled in disparate directions and Sarah finds herself estranged from the loving relationships that changed her for the better.
The 10-episode fourth season shoots in Toronto on location and in studio until March 2016, and is set to premiere in Spring 2016.