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Orphan Black is a Canadian science fiction television series starring Tatiana Maslany as several clones. The show's 10-episode first season premiered on March 30, 2013 on Space in Canada and on BBC America in the United States. Orphan Black's 10-episode second season premiered April 19, 2014.[1] On July 9, 2014, Orphan Black was renewed for a 10-episode third season[2] to premiere on April 18, 2015.[3]

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD and Blu-ray release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 10 March 30, 2013 (2013-03-30) June 1, 2013 (2013-06-01) July 16, 2013 (2013-07-16)[4] April 14, 2014 (2014-04-14)[5] March 5, 2014 (2014-03-05)[6]
2 10 April 19, 2014 (2014-04-19) June 21, 2014 (2014-06-21) July 15, 2014 (2014-07-15)[7] N/A June 30, 2014 (2014-06-30)[8]
3 10 April 18, 2015 (2015-04-18)[3] 2015 (2015) N/A N/A N/A

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2013)[edit]

All season one episode titles are quotes from On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin. The first episode, "Natural Selection" is the title of Chapter 4. The tenth is taken from the last sentence of the text, and is also the title of a 2005 book, Endless Forms Most Beautiful, on evolutionary development, the field studied by the clone Cosima.

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1 1 "Natural Selection" John Fawcett Graeme Manson March 30, 2013 (2013-03-30) 0.68[9]
On November 23, 2012, small time con artist Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) sees Elizabeth Childs, a woman who looks just like her, commit suicide by jumping in front of a train. With the help of her foster brother Felix Dawkins (Jordan Gavaris), Sarah fakes her death while assuming Beth's identity to clear the $75,000 from her bank account in order to get her daughter Kira (Skyler Wexler) back, as well as to escape from her abusive ex-boyfriend Victor Schmidt (Michael Mando). Sarah soon learns that Beth was a police detective who is currently suspended following the shooting death of civilian Maggie Chen. Furthermore, Beth was secretly investigating several women from across the world with similar birthdays to Beth and Sarah (late-March to early-April 1984). Beth's partner Arthur Bell (Kevin Hanchard) begins following her after becoming suspicious of his "colleague". While Sarah oversees her funeral from a distance, she is approached by Katja Obinger, another lookalike who later discovers Sarah is not Beth. Katja is then killed by an assassin, and Sarah narrowly avoids the same fate.
2 2 "Instinct" John Fawcett Graeme Manson April 6, 2013 (2013-04-06) N/A
Sarah answers Beth's second cell phone to hear a female voice on the other end. After the woman asks about Katja's briefcase, Sarah buries Katja's body and decides to play no further part, until she finds that Art took the $75,000. Art tells "Beth" he will return the money so long as she passes the hearing regarding Maggie Chen's shooting and gets reinstated. Sarah learns what she can about the file, and learns that the shooting was not accidental; Beth shot her while she was on medication, and Art is covering for her. In the meantime, Sarah poses as Katja and retrieves the briefcase from her hotel. Inside she finds Katja has passport documents of several versions of her from Europe and tracks down a local woman, Alison Hendrix, a soccer mom and another lookalike. Sarah confronts Alison, who learns Beth is dead and instructs her to wait for a phone call. The caller later instructs Sarah to return to Alison's home, where Sarah finds Alison and evolutionary developmental biology student Cosima Niehaus, yet another lookalike, working together.
3 3 "Variation Under Nature" David Frazee Graeme Manson April 13, 2013 (2013-04-13) 0.40[10]
Sarah learns that they are clones, and the "clone club" (Alison, Beth, Cosima and Katja) were investigating who created them, and who is trying to kill them (many of the European clones Katja investigated were already deceased). In the meantime, Sarah continues to pose as Beth when she is reinstated. She and Art investigate Katja's body, which was disfigured by construction workers. Sarah tries to delete fingerprint and DNA evidence, while Art learns the killer is a sniper. The two later find the killer's address; when the killer wounds Art, Sarah gives chase, and during a struggle, Sarah finds the killer is another clone, Ukrainian Helena. Sarah stabs Helena, though Helena escapes. Later, Art returns the money to Sarah, who decides to abandon her plan to run away with Kira to help the clone club by continuing to pose as Beth.
4 4 "Effects of External Conditions" Grant Harvey Karen Walton April 20, 2013 (2013-04-20) 0.36[11]
Sarah and Art continue looking for the killer, though Sarah works to cover up the idea that she is a clone. The police believe that the killer is a fundamentalist Christian, while Cosima deduces the group affiliated with Helena believe the clones are abominations, hence why they are being killed. Helena keeps a close eye on Sarah and the case, putting Sarah's cover in jeopardy. Sarah's foster mother Siobhan Sadler (Maria Doyle Kennedy), otherwise known as "Mrs. S", allows her to visit Kira, but because Sarah is busy working the case, Felix asks Alison to impersonate Sarah otherwise Mrs. S would never allow her to see Kira again. However, Alison is shocked to find that Kira knows she is not Sarah. Helena lures Sarah to Maggie Chen's apartment, where it is revealed that Maggie worked for the same group Helena works for; Beth actually killed Maggie to protect the clones. Sarah allows Helena to escape before Art arrives, and Sarah quits the police force. Helena collapses and gets picked up by a man wearing the same symbol as Helena and Maggie.
5 5 "Conditions of Existence" TJ Scott Alex Levine April 27, 2013 (2013-04-27) 0.32[12]
After waking up from a supposed dream where she was experimented on, Sarah spits out an electrode from her mouth. The clones soon learn that they have monitors, people in their lives whose purpose it is to observe them. Sarah suspects Beth's boyfriend Paul Dierden (Dylan Bruce) of being her monitor, while Alison suspects her husband Donnie (Kristian Bruun). Meanwhile, Vic comes across a chance meeting with Alison, and discovers that Sarah faked her death. In response, Sarah pays Vic $20,000 to leave her alone. Sarah and Felix spy on Paul's work place, but unknown to them, Paul follows Sarah walking Kira home from school. Paul also discovers that "Beth's" scar is gone. After calling Sarah to meet him at their home, Paul holds Sarah at gunpoint and demands an explanation, Prompting Sarah to tell him that Beth is dead. When Sarah asks Paul why he is monitoring her, Paul admits that he does not know.
6 6 "Variations Under Domestication" John Fawcett Will Pascoe May 4, 2013 (2013-05-04) 0.34[13]
Alison purchases a nanny cam and finds that Donnie snuck out during the middle of the night. Paranoid, Alison ties him up, while also handling a house party featuring her neighborhood. Sarah impersonates Alison to question Donnie, where it is later revealed that Donnie was covering up an extramarital affair. Paul follows Sarah and ultimately learns of their nature as clones. He also helps Sarah get rid of Vic when he continues to be a nuisance to her. Felix suspects Alison's neighbor, Aynsley Norris (Natalie Lisinska), of being the actual monitor. Meanwhile, Cosima befriends fellow student Delphine Cormier (Evelyne Brochu), who has her attend a lecture by Dr. Aldous Leekie (Matt Frewer) of the Dyad Institute, a proponent of "Neolution" (using technology to advance human evolution), which Cosima initially passes off as fringe science. Later, it is revealed that Delphine and Leekie know each other.
7 7 "Parts Developed in an Unusual Manner" Brett Sullivan Tony Elliott May 11, 2013 (2013-05-11) 0.28[14]
Paul is questioned by his handler, Olivier Duval (David Richmond-Peck) regarding Beth's behavior. Though Paul tries to cover up the fact that Sarah is the one posing her, the neolutionists discover the truth after checking the test results from experimenting on her. The Neolutionists also falsely believe Sarah to be the killer of the other clones. Meanwhile, Helena is nursed back to health by her trainer Tomas (Daniel Kash), who orders her to kill Sarah. Although she appears reluctant to do so, she implores Sarah to reveal the names of other clones. Later, Sarah calls Helena to help free Paul who is imprisoned in Olivier's nightclub, called "Neolution". Paul and Sarah hide out in Felix's loft to avoid the neolutionists. The police continue to investigate Katja's body and are perplexed to find a DNA match between the body and the killer, and that Katja's fingerprints also match Beth's.
8 8 "Entangled Bank" Ken Girotti Karen Walton May 18, 2013 (2013-05-18) 0.36[15]
Paul tries to cover up Sarah's existence from Dyad before Leekie arrives. Leekie, meanwhile, instructs Delphine to have a relationship with Cosima to learn more about the clones she is in contact with, and then has Olivier killed. As Cosima leaves her dorm room, Delphine finds her files, and Leekie has a particular interest in Sarah. Art is getting closer to the truth after the police are aware of the existence of four lookalikes; Sarah, Katja, Beth and Helena. He questions Felix, and although he tries to cover up what he knows, Art decides to tail Felix. Alison takes vengeance on her suspected monitor Aynsley by having sex with her husband Chad (Eric Johnson). However Aynsley angrily confronts Alison over it, prompting her to hide with Sarah, who decides to tell the truth to Mrs. S. There, Mrs. S reveals that they left London to move to Canada after the man who gave her Sarah did so to prevent scientists from getting their hands on her. Helena finds their house and lures out Kira to hand over to Tomas. However, Helena cannot bring herself to kidnap her and lets her go. Kira is then hit by a car.
9 9 "Unconscious Selection" TJ Scott Alex Levine May 25, 2013 (2013-05-25) 0.25[16]
Kira is taken to the hospital, where it appears that she has accelerated healing. Alison returns home to find that Aynsley is holding an intervention regarding her past behavior and addictions, where under Felix's encouragement, Alison turns the tables by scrutinizing Aynsley. Art finds CCTV footage of the train station where Beth committed suicide, and discovers that Sarah was impersonating her. Cosima learns that Delphine leaked the names of the clones to Leekie, and breaks up with her. Delphine reveals that she knows about Kira's existence but decided not to tell Leekie, knowing her life could come in danger should he know (Kira is the only known biological child of a clone). Sarah meets with Leekie who wants her to save Helena from the Proletheans, the extremists who indoctrinated her. Tomas punished Helena for defying orders, but she is later rescued by Sarah, and turns against Tomas. They later return to Mrs. S, who reached her contacts in England and meet with Amelia (Melanie Nicholls-King), Sarah's birth mother. Amelia reveals that she give her away and fled after realizing she was a surrogate mother to Dyad scientists. Furthermore, Amelia gave birth to twins; Helena is Sarah's twin sister.
10 10 "Endless Forms Most Beautiful" John Fawcett Graeme Manson June 1, 2013 (2013-06-01) 0.38[16]
As Amelia meets Helena, police arrive to arrest Sarah, while Helena escapes. Sarah is about to reveal the cloning to Art, but is released by Daniel Rosen (Matthew Bennett), a Dyad lawyer. Sarah is brought to Rachel Duncan, a clone who is self aware. She offers Sarah and Kira protection. Leekie also offers the same to Alison and Cosima, as Cosima begins to display symptoms of a respiratory illness that Katja contracted. Alison confronts Aynsley a final time, ending with Alison watching Aynsley accidentally suffocating herself to death. Donnie is also revealed to be her monitor all along.The clones consider Dyad's offer of freedom and protection. Helena poses as Sarah and stabs Amelia to death. When Sarah soon finds her body, she shoots Helena. Alison signs Leekie's document, while Sarah plans to meet with Rachel. However on the way, Cosima and Delphine get back together and decipher a code inside the clone genome; "this organism and derivative genetic material is restricted intellectual property". Cosima realizes that Dyad's offer is a lie; they see the clones as property to do whatever they wish. She warns Sarah, who leaves Dyad before meeting Rachel. She returns home to discover that place ransacked, and Kira and Mrs. S gone.

Season 2 (2014)[edit]

The show was renewed for a second season of 10 episodes on May 2, 2013.[17] The second season premiered on April 19, 2014.[1] Season 2 features several new recurring characters, including: Cal Morrison, one of Sarah's past lovers, played by Michiel Huisman; Henrik "Hank" Johanssen, a Prolethean religious leader who is against the clone science, played by Peter Outerbridge; Mark, one of Johannsen's most devout followers, played by Ari Millen; and Marion Bowles, Rachel's boss at the Dyad Institute, played by Michelle Forbes.[18][19] Patrick J. Adams guest stars in episode six of the second season, portraying the character of Jesse, a regular guy whose life changes drastically when he forms a connection with the various clones.[20] The first episode of the second season follows directly on from the season one finale.

All season two episode titles are quotes from the works of Sir Francis Bacon. The first episode of the season, "Nature Under Constraint and Vexed" is derived from Part 3 of Bacon's The Plan of the Work, published in 1620.[21]

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11 1 "Nature Under Constraint and Vexed" John Fawcett Graeme Manson April 19, 2014 (2014-04-19) 0.62[22]
Sarah seeks the comfort of Felix and confronts Rachel in an attempt to convince her to release Mrs. S and Kira, while Cosima and Delphine further examine Cosima's biology and respiratory illness. Alison takes up acting to help her recover from the loss of Aynsley and enlists the services of Ramon, an unregistered weapons dealer, to help further Sarah's cause.
12 2 "Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion" John Fawcett Karen Walton & Graeme Manson April 26, 2014 (2014-04-26) 0.72[23]
Sarah, Mrs. S, and Kira seek shelter at a safe house full of secrets, while Art attempts to keep Angela from discovering the truth. Cosima struggles to assimilate to her new surroundings at the Dyad Institute. Alison spirals emotionally as she attempts to cope with her killing of Aynsley and her realization that Donnie is her monitor. Helena is rescued by the Proletheans.
13 3 "Mingling Its Own Nature With It" TJ Scott Alex Levine May 3, 2014 (2014-05-03) 0.45[24]
Sarah and Kira seek asylum at the home of Cal Morrison, one of Sarah's past lovers. Felix returns to the city to support Alison in her play, as her mental health suffers a downward spiral. Cosima and Delphine investigate the death of Jennifer Fitzsimmons, a clone who suffered from the same respiratory illness as Katja and Cosima. Daniel furthers his search for Sarah and Kira, while Art delves deeper into the mystery surrounding the Proletheans.
14 4 "Governed as It Were by Chance" David Frazee Russ Cochrane May 10, 2014 (2014-05-10) 0.48[25]
Sarah, Cosima, and Felix dig further into Mrs. S's past, leading them unexpectedly to Rachel's origins. Alison admits herself into rehab for her alcoholism but is forced to stay when Donnie intervenes. Helena escapes from the clutches of the Proletheans while Art scouts the perimeter of the compound. Cal protects Kira from harm as Sarah attempts to further uncover the mysteries in Rachel's past. Mrs. S rekindles an old flame.
15 5 "Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est" Helen Shaver Tony Elliott May 17, 2014 (2014-05-17) 0.51[26]
Rachel wages war against Sarah, threatening the lives of everyone close to her. Sarah and Art continue to search for answers regarding Rachel's past while Helena goes on the offensive against Rachel. Cal continues his guardianship over Kira, and the Proletheans resort to extreme measures in order to further their goals. Leekie agrees to administer a new treatment for Cosima's illness against Rachel's orders as Paul succumbs to Rachel's influence.
16 6 "To Hound Nature in Her Wanderings" Brett Sullivan Chris Roberts May 24, 2014 (2014-05-24) 0.54[27]
Sarah and Helena embark on a road trip to Cold River to find Ethan Duncan. Helena's journey is interrupted by the appearance of Mark and Gracie, who try to convince her to return to the Prolethean compound. Art and Felix review the contents of Maggie Chen's locker to help Sarah in her quest. Sarah finds the home of Ethan Duncan, confronts an unexpected visitor, and learns important secrets about the clones' origins. Scott joins Cosima and Delphine at the Dyad Institute, discovering key genetic anomalies; while Alison encounters a familiar face at rehab.
17 7 "Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things" Ken Girotti Aubrey Nealon May 31, 2014 (2014-05-31) 0.50[28]
Cal is forced to move Kira to a new location after his cover is compromised. Sarah leaves Ethan Duncan in the hands of Mrs. S in order to reconnect with Kira. While Alison and Vic prepare for Family Day at the rehabilitation center, Alison discovers Vic's plan to reveal her darkest secrets to Deangelis. Cosima begins the treatment for her respiratory illness while Delphine comforts her. Rachel reconnects with her father, as Leekie consults with Rachel's superior, Marion Bowles, about Sarah Manning. Alison reconnects with her children and confronts Donnie about his role as her monitor. Cosima discovers the truth about the origin of the stem cells used for her treatment, and Sarah regains guardianship over Kira. Donnie confronts Dr. Leekie.
18 8 "Variable and Full of Perturbation" John Fawcett Karen Walton June 7, 2014 (2014-06-07) 0.58[29]
Art receives a call on Beth's old cell phone from Tony, a transgender clone who promises his dying friend, Sammy, that he will deliver a message to Beth. Sarah and Mrs. S agree to transport Ethan Duncan to the Dyad Institute, hoping that his synthetic therapy will cure Cosima of her illness. Before he leaves, Ethan gives Kira a children's book that houses all of his secrets in its margins. Rachel takes control of the Dyad after Leekie's demise, and Cosima reveals 324B21's true identity to Scott. Felix houses Tony at his apartment and calls Sarah for help. Sarah arrives and reveals the truth behind Tony's origins, and Tony reveals Sammy's message, which implies that Paul may have a secret agenda. Alison helps Donnie cope with his killing of Dr. Leekie, and the two take measures to cover up the event. Cosima collapses and convulses in the presence of Delphine, Ethan, and Scott.
19 9 "Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done" TJ Scott Alex Levine June 14, 2014 (2014-06-14) 0.61[30]
Kira undergoes bone marrow extraction in the hopes of halting the progression of Cosima's sickness. Ethan, Scott, and Cosima work to unlock the genetic sequences that caused the clones' respiratory illness. Rachel promotes Delphine to the position of Dyad director and begins to unravel emotionally, causing her to resort to drastic measures in order to further her goals. Alison and Donnie confront Vic and Deangelis while attempting to dispose of Leekie's body. Helena seeks vengeance against the Proletheans and helps Gracie and Mark escape from Hank's oppressive clutches.
20 10 "By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried" John Fawcett Graeme Manson June 21, 2014 (2014-06-21) 0.54[31]
Sarah surrenders herself to Dyad in an attempt to secure Kira's safety. Rachel transfers Delphine to Frankfurt so that she is no longer able to associate with the clones. Ethan makes the ultimate sacrifice in order to ensure that Project Leda does not continue. Kira steals a cell phone from a nurse and calls Cal who later appears at Mrs. S's door with key information that he learned after hacking into the computer of a Dyad double agent. Cal and Mrs. S make contact with the informant and ask for help releasing Sarah. Cosima, Scott, and Kira devise a plot to help Sarah escape. Mrs. S, Cal, and Paul, who is now a major in the military, confront Marion, the high ranking Dyad official who outranks Rachel and Dr. Leekie, who agrees to release Sarah but stipulates that her safety once released relies solely on herself. Sarah is taken into an examination room to undergo an oophorectomy, and is able to escape Rachel's clutches with Scott's assistance. Scott gives Sarah an access card, and she enters Kira's to find Marion already preparing Kira for departure. Marion tells Sarah to visit her home if she wishes to find out answers to her questions. Sarah, Helena, Alison, and Cosima congregate in Felix's apartment. Helena leaves in the middle of the night and is kidnapped by two men. Sarah visits Marion's home the next day and encounters Charlotte, the last living clone of the 400 attempts that were made to perpetuate Project Leda. Kira shares with Cosima the special book that she was given by Ethan before he was taken to the Dyad Institute. Helena is escorted by the military to a plane as Mrs. S and Paul watch from a distance. Marion reveals key information about the clone experiment.

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