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  1. Comic-Con: 'Orphan Black' Stars, Creators Tease Delphine's Possible Return, Season 4 Surprises

    7:10 pm 7/10/2015

    Tatiana Maslany reveals why her character Crystal came about thanks to a Comedy Central series.Read more

  2. 'Orphan Black' Boss on the Finale's Loss and Season 4's "New Kind of Enemy"

    7:00 pm 6/20/2015

    Co-creator Graeme Manson talks with THR about the third season finale and the road ahead.Read more

  3. 'Killjoys': TV Review

    8:17 am 6/16/2015

    Syfy's new space drama follows three fierce, flirty and fairly forgettable bounty hunters.Read more

  4. Kerry Bishe, Peter Stormare Join Noomi Rapace's 'Rupture'

    11:12 am 6/2/2015

    Lesley Manville and Ari Millen also boarded the sci-fi thriller from 'American Sniper' producer Andrew Lazar that's shooting in Toronto.Read more

  5. 'Orphan Black' Boss on the Fallout From That Big Loss: "It's an Emotional Explosion"

    7:00 pm 5/23/2015

    Co-creator John Fawcett tells THR that the events of Saturday's episode will send Sarah "on a different course."Read more

  6. 'Orphan Black' Creators on Justin Chatwin's "Dark" Character, Potential Clone Reunion

    7:00 pm 5/9/2015

    Graeme Manson and John Fawcett talk with THR about the latest threat to Team Hendrix, and why Gracie's miscarriage is "probably the best thing for her."Read more

  7. 'Orphan Black' Renewed for Fourth Season

    6:39 am 5/7/2015

    The Tatiana Maslany-starring drama will return to BBC America for 10 episodes in 2016.Read more

  8. AMC Networks First-Quarter Earnings Rise Amid 'Walking Dead,' 'Better Call Saul' Ad Revenue

    2:23 am 5/4/2015

    The cable networks company, led by Josh Sapan, reported latest financials that exceeded Wall Street expectations.Read more

  9. 'Orphan Black' Postmortem: Creators Dish on the the Leda-Castor Reveal

    7:00 pm 5/2/2015

    "We wanted a big revelation about these male clones, and the revelations are going to keep on coming," Graeme Manson and John Fawcett tell THR.Read more

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