A drama series that has been a favorite among critics while also developing a loyal fan base will be back for season four. BBC America announced that it has placed a 10-episode order for a new season of “Orphan Black.”
Season four of the series, which stars Tatiana Maslany in multiple roles as a seemingly endless series of clones, is due in 2016.
While the show has been ignored by the Emmys, it has consistently received attention from other awards, with much of the attention focused on Maslany.
The actress was nominated for a Golden Globe last year and a Screen Actors Guild Award this year for her work on the series, and won back-to-back Critics’ Choice TV Awards in 2013 and 2014. BBC America won a Peabody Award for the show last year, and Maslany has received two nominations for Television Critics Association Awards for individual achievement in drama, winning the award in 2013.
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