‘Orphan Black' Season 5 Update: Final Season Set To Premiere In June 2017

“Orphan Black” Season 5 is good to go after BBC America just revealed that it has been finally slated for a June release. The final season of the said series was initially set to release in April 2017 but plans were pushed back. The said series will come back with its last season on June 10.

The announcement regarding the premiere date of “Orphan Black” Season 5 was revealed through a surprise post from its official Twitter account. The post featured a silhouette photo teaser of the main character, Sarah Manning. The said post was also paired with a straightforward yet snazzy message that said, “Orphan Black: Welcome to the Final Trip.”

Just before “Orphan Black” Season 4 ended back in June 2016, it was announced that the said show was renewed for a fifth season. But “Orphan Black” Season 5 sadly will be the last season of the said thriller clone series. The final season will air 10 episodes as well, just like its previous four seasons and it will also introduce new characters that will be portrayed by Stephan McHattie, Elyse Levesque, Simu Lui, and more others who were added to the cast.

The filming for “Orphan Black” Season 5 commenced in October 2016 and with its release date scheduled four months away from now, the production is probably heading to its completion stage. “Orphan Black” debuted in March 2013 and it was favorably received by millions of viewers thanks to its wild and novel story that consists of a rollercoaster ride with the main clone characters. Actress Tatiana Maslany, who plays the protagonist as well as the clones, was even called out for fantastic acting in the series.

All four seasons of “Orphan Black” has been positively received so far. The series had already won various awards including Best Drama Series and Best Actress in a Drama Series. New episodes of “Orphan Black” Season 5 will be aired every Saturday on BBC America in the United States and on Space in Canada.

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