On and off of the battle — uh, soccer field, rather — these moms are as badass as they come. Alison Hendrix encompasses these traits of a badass suburban mom – and that’s why she’s our favorite clone on Orphan Black. See her in action in Season 2 of Orphan Black, Saturdays at 9/8c on BBC America.
BBC America asked BuzzFeed Creative Manager Josh Fjelstad to do what everyone dreams of doing every day: watch an entire season of a show for work. Experience season one through his eyes, then see what comes next in season two, Saturdays at 9/8c on BBC America.
The new scifi clone thriller Orphan Black is full of intrigue and close calls—and you don’t want to miss a thing. Especially not this exclusive clip from the second episode, which airs April 6 at 9/8c as part of Supernatural Saturday on BBC America.
Everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion. But some opinions just sort of, uh… don’t make sense? Read about these insane conspiracy theories and see what happens when Sarah finds herself tied up in one in Orphan Black, a new scifi cloning thriller premiering March 30th at 9/8c as part of Supernatural Saturday on BBC America.
Aside from the occasional dystopia, scifi movies and TV shows make it seem like things just keep getting better. In reality, though, there’s a bunch of problems with most of the things they predict. See what happens when one of these predictions come true in Orphan Black—the new scifi cloning thriller—premiering March 30th at 9/8c as part of Supernatural Saturday on BBC America.
Mimickry may be the sincerest form of flattery, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good. See a whole different kind of clone in Orphan Black, a new scifi thriller premiering March 30th at 9/8c as part of Supernatural Saturday on BBC America.
It’s likely that you know (and love) these orphans, but you probably don’t know a bit about their history. Here are some of the most unforgettable orphans—and check out another in Orphan Black, premiering March 30th at 9/8c as part of Supernatural Saturday on BBC America.
We haven’t always had the convenience of popping a bowl of ramen in the microwave and housing it in about as much time as it took to cook. But that doesn’t mean that 19th-century Americans didn’t have their own version! Mix up an egg cream and check out the season two premiere of Copper, on Sunday, June 23rd at 10/9c only on BBC America.
These days, everyone’s all about the scruff. Boooooring! Take a page out of the history books and inspire your modern day look—just like these guys. Then, see the origins of some of the most famous facial hair in season two of Copper, premiering on Sunday, June 23rd at 10/9c only on BBC America.
Though the city has been around for a couple hundred years now, it’s still tough to experience the time period where it came into prominence. Here’s some places where you can come close—and if you want to see exactly what New York was about in the 19th century, tune into the season two premiere of Copper on Sunday, June 23rd at 10/9c only on BBC America.
Kids these days with their FaceSpace and Instantgram and their always-waking-up-feeling-like-P-what’s-his-name. It’s time for the new to make way for the old. Here’s ten examples of slang from our forefathers that’s got even more swagger than swag. Take a step back in time to NYC 1865, with an all-new season of Copper premiering Sunday, June 23rd at 10/9c only on BBC America.
You’ve seen the original BuzzFeed Headline Generator, but now your clicks will take you back a couple hundred years and show you what kind of headlines you’d be reading back in the nineteenth century. Courtesy of Ripper Street, a new crime drama about the aftermath of Jack the Ripper, where fear lurks that each new headline could mark his return—premiering Saturday, January 19 at 9/8c only on BBC America.
You might not have thought of it before, but serial killers and cereal inventors actually have quite a lot of similarities. Well. They LOOK similar, at least. If you want to see how killers looked (and were caught) in the 1880s check out Ripper Street, premiering Saturday, January 19th at 9/8c only on BBC America.
Grab your magnifying glass. Can you crack these creepy crime mysteries? Tune in to Ripper Street, premiering Saturday, January 19th at 9/8c only on BBC America for more murder mystery action.