Winter Storm Jonas pretty much has the East Coast stuck inside this weekend, which means that you’re probably sitting in front of your television scrolling through Netflix. Allow us to help.
Netflix is having quite a day. After announcing it’ll be doing a series based on Altered Carbon, the streaming service also revealed they’re producing an original time-travel film from one of the minds behind Orphan Black, starring actors from The Flash and Jessica Jones.
I know the third season of Orphan Black ended on a down note for the members of Clone Club in a lot of ways, but it was positively cheery compared to this first season 4 trailer.
Civil War teasers hint at not one death, but two. Chris Carter explains why Mulder and Scully can’t be together in the new X-Files. Plus, filming from the set of Wonder Woman, cool new Legends of Tomorrow footage, and a new clone on Orphan Black. So many Spoilers!
The next season of Orphan Black drops in April 2016, but BBC America has just released the first, super creepy teaser for it.
There are new rumors about who’s replacing Daniel Craig as James Bond. A familiar mutant face won’t be showing up in Gambit. Robbie Amell wants a Batman Beyond film. Doctor Who casts a bizarre vocal cameo. Plus, new details on the online Walking Dead spinoff, and a new look at Agents of SHIELD’s new ride. So Many…
@#$% AND YES. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has finally corrected a grave injustice and given Tatiana Maslany, the uber-talented star of Orphan Black her first—but long overdue—nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Clone dance party, everyone!
Fans of Orphan Black got a special treat at San Diego Comic-Con, a fan event celebrating all things cloning. And there were tons of folks in cosplay playing the clones (with the occasional Felix). They may not be identical, but they all look great.
At the Entertainment Weekly Brave New Heroes panel at Comic-Con yesterday, moderator Lynette Rice asked a panel full of men who have played an assortment of badass heroes about their experiences with sexism in the industry. But it was Orphan Black’s Jordan Gavaris who nailed the question.
The cast and creators of Orphan Black didn’t reveal much about the upcoming season and its new mysteries, but they did talk a lot about the world of Orphan Black and what it’s like to work on the show. One thing we learned: it’s particularly hard to be Tatiana Maslany in a scene where Helena is eating a ton of food.
At today’s Orphan Black panel at San Diego Comic-Con, the cast and producers had a special treat for the audience: a blooper reel showing all the giggly weirdness that happens behind the scenes of the show. Plus, Donnie and Alison’s relationship reimagined as a horror movie, a sitcom, and a telenovela.
The conventional wisdom says that the past 10 years have been a bad time for science fiction on television. Fantasy has been on the upswing. Space opera all but disappeared. Science fiction shows get canceled all the time. But a ton of great science fiction has been created since 2005. Here are 15 shows that changed…
About halfway into this week’s of Orphan Black, I found myself thinking that this was a pretty straightforward season finale. Then, just a few minutes later, I suddenly gasped and screamed, “Holy fuck!” at my screen. Let’s talk about this fresh madness, shall we?
It’s a big week for summer TV with the premieres of Syfy’s new space bounty hunter show Killjoys and The Astronauts’ Wives Club, which brings us back to the early days of the space race. Plus, True Detective returns with a new existential mystery and Orphan Black’s latest season comes to a close.
Orphan Black sent a few of its characters abroad this week in search of answers — and boy, did they find a big, weird one. But the best storyline of the week happens at home, when one of our Leda clones makes a very deep — and violent — familial connection.
Syfy is making good on its promise to return to science fiction television, and this week the channel is debuting Dark Matter, a show about six people who wake on a spaceship with no memory, but a destination, loads of weapons, and an android. Plus, peek at the season finales of Game of Thrones and iZombie.
This season, Orphan Black introduced a line of genetically male clones to its tale, and with them came a scary new twist in the Orphan Black biology. How scientifically realistic is this weird new development? Well, something like it does happen in the real world — but only with fruit flies, not humans.
There are two kinds of clones in Orphan Black: Clones who are self-aware and those who are “naive.” Obviously, our Clone Club members fall into the former category, but what happens when we encounter a clone sitting at the fringes of the conspiracy? Is it better to let her know she’s not crazy? Or hope she stays…
Tobias Menzies talks Outlander’s season finale. Peter Capaldi wants Doctor Who’s oldest companion to return. Check out two clips from Terminator Genisys and our best look yet at Batman in Suicide Squad. Plus, Agents Of SHIELD promotes an Inhuman to series regular, and teasers for Penny Dreadful. Spoilers!
The Wachowski siblings and J. Michael Straczynski’s globespanning new show Sense8 hits Netflix this week, and it has some intriguing characters. Plus, check out the pilot episode of the new scifi procedural Stitchers, and clips from the final episodes of this season of Adventure Time.