A new series set in the Orphan Black universe is now in development at AMC, Variety has confirmed. While the new show won't be a sequel or a reboot per se, it will be set in the same universe as the original and feature an all-new story.
According to Variety, the network known best right now for The Walking Dead is developing a new series in John Fawcett and Graeme Manson's Orphan Black world that doesn't focus on those fans already know and love.
Nothing is officially known about the new show yet, since it's now at the stage of bringing in writers to pitch takes on what shape it could take. Each of its five seasons were showered with accolades by critics; Maslany scored well-deserved Emmy nominations for her lead performance no fewer than three times, taking home the trophy in 2016. AMC declined to comment. Temple Street Productions will return to produce the new series.
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Whether that means a completely new cast of characters rather than telling another story with Tatiana Maslany's Sarah Manning-or one of the many other clones she portrayed on the show (or even one we didn't get to meet) - remains to be seen.
There's also the question of why AMC is developing this series rather than BBC America, which aired the original in the USA from 2013 to 2017. BBC America is under the "AMC Networks" umbrella, and indeed later this year the second season of the BBC America show Killing Eve will be simulcast on both BBC America and AMC to expand the show's reach. Are you interested in a new Orphan Black series?