At first look, the conspiracy thriller's usual suspects are all there: devious doctor Aldous Leekie (Matt Frewer); Hot Paul (Dylan Bruce); pro-clone Rachel (Tatiana Maslany); missing-in-action Kira (Skyler Wexler); star-crossed lovers Delphine Cormier (Evelyne Brochu) and Cosima Niehaus (Maslany); new face Cal Morrison (Michiel Huisman); resourceful heroine Sarah Manning (Maslany); the fabulously loyal Felix Dawkins (Jordan Gavaris); everyone's favorite suburban psycho Alison Hendrix (Maslany, again); Alison's husband and monitor Donnie (Kristian Bruun); the madly mysterious Mrs. S (Maria Doyle Kennedy); killer cowboy Henrik Johanssen (Peter Outerbridge); and cop with a clue Art Bell (Kevin Hanchard).
But that's only on the surface. Here are eight items in the poster worth closer examination.
Cosima began to succumb to an illness that has afflicted several clones thus far, and it seems The Dyad Institute (Dr. Leekie's company that employs Delphine) will play a significant role in her cure — or death.
Newcomer Morrison, whom BBC America describes as a "resourceful outdoorsman with surprising emotional depth and a sixth sense about people and situations," is the only one amongst the excellent ensemble to be mostly obscured by the darkness in the poster. Therefore, he must be shady.