Orphan Black will return to BBC America in 2016. Members of the cast and co-creator of the series Graeme Manson made an appearance at Paley Fest New York, and they spoke about the upcoming season and the plans in motion for the end of the series.
Manson has no plans to end the series anytime soon, but he is working his way towards the ending. He already knows how the show will end. He just doesn’t know when the show will reach that point. Fans of the series should not expect an end soon though.
Deadline shared Manson’s comments.
“Manson did admit that they have a general idea of where the show is going. ‘We’ve kind of always had an end point, like an end to the mystery,’ but he implied that’s not something they’re planning on any time soon. The show will continue to evolve ‘as we see things develop in the writing that we push forward.'”
As for season four of Orphan Black, fans will see the return of Ari Millen. Jordan Gavaris, the actor behind Felix, also shared a teaser about the upcoming season.
“I think it’s gonna be cool this season to explore the idea of blood ties and biology and how much that bonds and connects people. Sarah’s not really an orphan anymore and it’s going to be weird for [Gavaris’ character Felix] to be the only foster child.”
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