After a long fourth season of separation, Evelyne Brochu will also return—vindication for fans who never believed that Delphine really died at the end of season three. Following her reunion with Cosima at the end of the last season, Delphine will be back for Orphan Black’s end run. We’re going to go ahead and suggest a clone wedding party for the finale right now.
—  OrphanBlack.space.ca media release.

BBC America Will Stream Making of ‘Orphan Black’ on Facebook Live

It’s increasingly challenging for TV networks to create any urgency surrounding their programming in an era where there are an estimated 400-plus scripted shows on the air and nearly as many outlets for consumers to binge watch whenever they want.

To build up hype, BBC America is going to let fans of the clone-themed sci-fi drama “Orphan Black” watch the making of an episode live on Facebook.

On Tuesday morning starting at around 9 a.m. EDT, the network plans to stream roughly 15 to 20 minutes worth of footage from the “Orphan Black” set on Facebook Live, including the show’s lead actress Tatiana Maslany—fresh off an Emmy win—shooting a scene for an upcoming episode.


Who’s awake and ready? 

Who's New And Who's Back For The Final Season Of Orphan Black
Proud new Emmy statuette owner Tatiana Maslany has just begun shooting the final season of the show that won her the Outstanding Lead Actress award—Orphan Black. As the production begins rolling in Toronto, intel on which cast members will be returning (Delphine!) and which new characters will be thrown into the mix (the allegedly ancient […]

  • Elyse Levesque (SGU Stargate Universe) will play Detective Engers, a corrupt cop in the pocket of the Neolutionists;
  • Andrew Moodie (Covert Affairs) is Mr. Frontenac, a mysterious consultant hired by Rachel;  
  • Simu Liu (Kim’s Convenience) takes on the role of Mr. Mitchell, Kira’s teacher (it’s about time that kid went to school);
  • Jenessa Grant (Reign) will play an islander known as Mud;
  • Stephen McHattie (The Strain, Pontypool) is P.T. Westmoreland, the legendary and supposedly 170-year-old founder of Neolution—the man we’ve all been dying to meet.

BBC America Gives Fans Unprecedented Access to Filming Through Facebook Live This Morning - Casting Confirmed for Final Season 

This morning at 9:30am ET, BBCA provided fans with unprecedented access to the Orphan Black production with a Facebook Live broadcast on location as they film a scene with one of Tatiana Maslany’s fan-favorite characters, Helena. (Watch Here)

Sarah Barnett, President of BBC AMERICA, stated, “Since the beginning, BBCA has worked with the incredibly talented cast and crew of Orphan Black to create deep relationships with the show’s fans. As the team reunites to shoot season five, we all wanted to invite the Clone Club to something pretty special - a virtual set visit with Facebook Live. This innovative event marks the beginning of our celebrations leading up to the final season of this unique show in 2017.“

Returning to Orphan Black this season are fan-favorites Jordan Gavaris as Sarah’s battle worn foster brother Felix; Kristian Bruun as Alison’s incredibly devoted husband Donnie; Maria Doyle Kennedy as Sarah and Felix’s fiercely loyal and stouthearted foster mother Mrs. S; Kevin Hanchard as Art, a detective torn between being a good cop and his loyalty to the clones; Ari Millen as castor clone Ira; Josh Vokey as Scott, science geek and confidante to Cosima; and Skyler Wexler as Sarah’s daughter Kira. 

Also returning this season – James Frain as Ferdinand, an intimidating and scheming executive; Evelyne Brochu as love-torn scientist Delphine; and Calwyn Shurgold as Hell Wizard.