The little clone show that could, Orphan Black, is back for it’s 4th season (!) this April on BBC America. The network has released the first official trailer, and it’s beyond creepy.
Check out the return of the Project Leda gals via BBC America’s YouTube page or below:
Sufficiently creeped out and intrigued? Good. Here’s how BBC America describes Orphan Black Season 4:
Get ready Clone Club! BBC AMERICA released an eerie new teaser for Orphan Black that leaves breadcrumbs along the way for viewers to slip further down the rabbit hole with their favorite “sestras.” When the drama returns this spring, heroine Sarah Manning sets off to track down an elusive and mysterious ally tied to the clone who started it all – Beth Childs. She’ll follow Beth’s footsteps into a dangerous relationship with a potent new enemy, heading in a horrifying direction that could end the sisterhood and their lives forever.
So who is that weird, animal mask-wearing person from the trailer? BBC America reveals that too:
BBC AMERICA also revealed new clone MK, the masked self-aware loner who has lurked unseen in the shadows of the conspiracy from the beginning. This new addition will finally be able to provide answers to the most haunting questions. What new truths will she reveal to the sisterhood and how will it change their lives? But more importantly, is she friend or foe..? Find out when Orphan Black returns April 2016.
Here’s a couple of newly released stills of MK as well:
Orphan Black is known for its die-hard fans, The Clone Club, and BBC America is reaching out to the artistic fanbase to design the poster for Season 4, with prizes including $10,000 and exclusive screenings in your home town. Here’s the info:
In the lead up to the season four premiere, BBC AMERICA has teamed up with Entertainment Weekly to launch the Orphan Black Fan Art Poster contest.
With an avid fan base that’s displayed creativity beyond measure, the contest invites viewers of the hit series to submit season four art for the chance to win a grand prize of $10,000 and a private screening of the all-new season in their hometown.
The winning artwork will be featured as part of the Orphan Black promotional campaign with a print ad in Entertainment Weekly, billboards, and prime position on the channel and across all Orphan Black social platforms. Paintings, drawings, illustrations, stop-motion animation, photos, videos, interpretive sculptures, and all other forms of artistic expression can be submitted for a chance at the grand prize.
20 finalists will also receive a custom print of their artwork signed by the Orphan Black cast. Fans can submit at www.bbcamerica.com/orphanblackposter until February 15 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Mark your calendars because the sestras return to BBC America for Orphan Black Season 4 this April.