Orphan Black Premieres April 14th

The wildly popular thriller Orphan Black is returning for a fourth season on Space April 14th.

Season 4 of renowned Space original series Orphan Black and multiple Canadian Screen Award winner makes its highly anticipated return with a new Thursday at 10pm timeslot. The multi-faceted Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated Tatiana Maslany, winner of her third consecutive Canadian Screen Award for Best Actress this past weekend, returns to her multiple roles as the clone sisters, who, no longer under anyone’s guidance, must band together to face their obstacles head-on. With the stakes higher than ever before, the 10-episode, one-hour drama finds Sarah (Maslany) following Beth’s (Maslany) footsteps into a dangerous relationship with a potent new enemy, as she seeks to uncover the missing chapter of the clone conspiracy.

Orphan Black is the recipient of seven 2016 Canadian Screen Awards, more than any other drama series.

Immediately following the Orphan Black premiere, Space’s popular original insider series Innerspace: After the Black returns Thursday nights at 11pm. Each week, Innerspace hosts Ajay Fry, Morgan Hoffman, and Teddy Wilson convene and dissect each thrilling new episode with the cast and creators of Orphan Black. Viewers can catch-up on all three seasons of Orphan Black now on CraveTV.

Orphan Black is among the finest thrillers in the golden age of television,” said Tracey Pearce, Senior Vice-President of Specialty and Pay at Bell Media. “With its breakthrough characters and compelling storytelling, this globally renowned series is a brand-builder for Space and Season 4 promises to be its most exciting season yet.”

Also this season, viewers are introduced to brand new characters that prove to be pivotal to the clones’ saga. Season 4 introduces Joel Thomas Hynes (Republic of Doyle) in the role of “Dizzy”, an edgy, self-reliant hacker who doesn’t conform to group mentality; Jessalyn Wanlim (Alex Cross) as Evie Cho, a powerful, seductively articulate bioengineer who believes great discoveries require casualties; Lauren Hammersley (MR. D) as Adele, a shameless, brazen, and wickedly intelligent lawyer who outwits opponents even when heavily intoxicated; and Gord Rand (Maps To The Stars) as Detective Duko, who on the surface appears to be unassuming and slightly nebbish, but has used his underlying angst to nastily claw his way to the top.

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