Articles Posted in the " tatiana maslany " Category

  • Tatiana Maslany Wins Lead Actress 2016 Emmy For Orphan Black

    The winners of the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards have been announced. Owing to the fact that I watch a lot of the nominated content I found myself being quite happy with the 2016 Emmy results. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The […]


  • Orphan Black 4×10 Review: From Dancing Mice to Psychopaths

    There are lots of things that Orphan Black does better than other shows, but season finales are probably the best. “From Dancing Mice to Psychopaths” gave us the suspense and thrills needed to end a season, as well as some decent cliffhangers for season five. But there was no happy reunion dancing or dinner party […]


  • ‘Orphan Black’ Renewed For Fifth and Final Season

    Clone Club, get ready: it has been announced that BBC America has renewed Orphan Black for a fifth season. Unfortunately, it will be its last. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary


  • Orphan Black 4×8: The Redesign of Natural Objects

    Before I get into the actual review of “The Redesign of Natural Objects”, can we talk about how much I want a spinoff of Alison and Sarah Stubbs doing musicals at the community theater? I mean, clones and musicals together would be ratings gold! -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole […]


  • Orphan Black 4×5 Review: Human Raw Material

    Even though every episode of Orphan Black is full of anxiety-inducing thrills, it generally does stay on just this side of entertaining. “Human Raw Material” gave us a lot of those same thrills but in a couple of scenes created some of the most disturbing scenarios seen thus far in the series. Some things will […]


  • Orphan Black 4×4 Review: From Instinct to Rational Control

    As any good episode of Orphan Black should go, we learned a lot in “From Instinct to Rational Control”, and got even more great performances by other members of the main cast. This was another fast-paced episode that moved in the right direction. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to […]



  • Orphan Black 4×1 Review: The Collapse of Nature

    It is that time of year again, Clone Club: Orphan Black is back! Can you believe we are in the fourth season? The premiere episode, “The Collapse of Nature”, was one trippy ride that raised more questions than answers, but in true Orphan Black fashion, gave us some absolutely stunning performances. -Read our before commenting. […]


  • Orphan Black 3×6 Review: Certain Agony of the Battlefield

    This show has always been intense, but this week they turned it up to 11.  I am genuinely surprised at some of the turns the story took this week, not to mention I’m unexpectedly emotionally distraught.  This show isn’t exactly Game of Thrones or Whedon levels of main character death, but death does happen.  Despite that, […]


  • Orphan Black 3×4 Review: Newer Elements of Our Defense

    Projects Leda and Castor were even more intertwined than we initially thought, and with last week’s bombshell that all the clones are biologically brother and sister, the importance of them acting as family has never been more relevant. In fact this week, if it weren’t for the budding sibling relationship between Sarah and Mark, they […]