Orphan Black Set To Debut On BBC America

Below you’ll find the trailer for a new BBC America series called Orphan Black. It stars Tatiana Maslany, who was born and raised in Regina, and who returns occasionally to perform with the General Fools Improv troupe, as a young London woman named Sarah who witnesses another woman (her doppleganger, actually) commit suicide. Somewhat down and out herself, Sarah tries to take advantage of the tragedy, but things soon spiral out of control.

According to People the series will debut on March 30 as part of BBC America’s Supernatural Saturday line-up along with Dr. Who.

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