New ‘Orphan Black’ Season 2 Posters and Premiere Photos: Suspicion, Cloned
We're just over a week from the season 2 premiere of BBC-A fan favorite 'Orphan Black,' which brings back Golden Globe nominee Tatiana Maslany as the many clones that comprise the cast, along with supporting characters new and old. And though we've already seen a few posters and photos for the April 19 premiere, the latest round casts suspicion in every direction, teasing a few new characters and conflicts to come.
The four brand-new posters for 'Orphan Black' season 2 bring a few new things to light, including 'Game of Thrones' star Michiel Huisman as Sarah Manning's old flame Cal Morrison, who already seems suspicious of Sarah's new circumstances. Meanwhile, "proclone" Rachel keeps her hooks in an uncertain Paul (Dylan Bruce), while Cosima holds on to Delphine through a widening gap, and Felix sides with Alison (note Aynesly's scarf at her feet), with Donnie looking on suspiciously from the background.
Meanwhile, a few new photos have emerged from the April 19 return, showing Sarah meeting with a Prolethean stranger in a diner (peacefully, for the moment), while Alison gets her theater on. Here’s how the BBC-A describes the ‘Orphan Black’ season 2 premiere, “Nature Under Constraint and Vexed”:
Episode 2.01 Nature Under Constraint and Vexed
Saturday, April 19
In the season premiere, Sarah is out of options, on the run, and pursued by deadly adversaries. Desperate to find her daughter Kira, Sarah suspects ruthless pro-clone Rachel is behind her daughter’s disappearance and sparks an all out war against her. Alison and Donnie attend the funeral of her fallen friend, Aynsley, causing Alison to sink into guilt and despair. Cosima is faced with a perplexing decision that may have dire consequences.
Elsewhere, we know of ‘Orphan Black’ season 2 that ‘Suits‘ star and fan Patrick J. Adams scored a role in the newest run of episodes, along with ‘The Killing‘ star Michelle Forbes, while co-creator Graeme Manson previously said of the new episodes that we’d learn much more about the “Neolution” conspiracy that seems tied to the clones’ origins, as well as the mysterious disease the women seem subject to.
Just over a week until 'Orphan Black' returns, so check out the latest posters and photos below, and tell us what you want to see from the second season in the comments!