The funniest TV bloopers ever TBH.
"I want to go to the Grammys one day." —Khalid
How a supporting turn becomes the soul of the new Boston bombing movie.
"It's taught me to dig down and realize that there is goodness and humanity and something worth fighting for in everybody," Kevin Hanchard told BuzzFeed News.
Only one of these stars is British-born.
"You cannot hide in minimalist furniture!"
Can they clone each other's answers?
Their idea of a romantic date is going out for rink burgers.
Pray for Delphine.
What you do you mean she didn't win?
These are the people who took home a winged lady holding an atom.
What a time to be alive.
Twerk it, Donnie Hendrix.
There's only one original.
And fans are losing their minds!
"As a lesbian...supporter." Spoilers ahead; you've been warned.
The showrunners of Orphan Black and their science adviser really don't give a fig what you think about their LGBT characters.
Starring on BBC America’s clone drama not only introduced the 25-year-old actor to the world, it gave him the unique opportunity to discover different facets of himself.
After scene-stealing performances on Game of Thrones, Orphan Black, and Nashville, Michiel Huisman — television’s most omnipresent supporting player — is poised to enter the next phase of his career: movie star.
Ari Millen who plays all of the Castor Clones stopped by to hand out some ~superlatives~ and show off his Clone Club knowledge. Can you guess them all correctly?
The man behind the Project Castor clones stopped by to find out which Project Leda clone he actually is.
This week for BuzzFeed News, Kayleen Schaefer pulls back the covers on the surprisingly trendy world of mattress startups. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed News and around the web.
Things are not looking good for the ladies of Project LEDA in Season 3.
CLONE CLUB ASSEMBLE.
Where is the lie?
Think you know Orphan Black by heart? See how many quotes you can finish.
With Orphan Black on hiatus, it's become alarmingly clear that the world needs more Brochu. Let us help you.
Are you even real?
Cue intense fangirling.
Benedict Cumberbatch! Frozen's Elsa! And (hopefully) first looks at Game of Thrones' Sand Snakes and the Justice League of America. Here's our wish list for 2014's San Diego Comic-Con, running from July 23–27.
BECAUSE SHE'S STILL A BADASS BITCH.
The manic Orphan Black clone really has a way with words. A useful resource for dealing with conflict in your everyday life!
Orange is the New Orphan Black?
Tatiana Maslany's Sarah Manning surrenders in the two-minute cold open from Orphan Black's second season finale, exclusively on BuzzFeed.
Welcome to the club, Tony. Spoilers ahead.
Orphan Black co-creator Graeme Manson reveals the odd origins of Blood Ties: The Musical and where Alison's downward spiral leads next.
Kathryn Alexandre has been in every episode of Orphan Black, but you don't know her face. The show's clone double speaks about the behind-the-scenes role of a lifetime.
Before the Season 2 premiere on April 19, here's a refresher on where we left off with all of the clones.
Do you enjoy confusing and dramatic conspiracy thriller? Have you ever wanted to see clones fighting people with tails? Then you should definitely be watching BBC America's Orphan Black. WARNING: Spoilers!
Let's break down the eight hints embedded in this all-new poster for Orphan Black's second season, shall we?
Clone Club, unite!
Actress Tatiana Maslany plays several genetically identical clones in this series, but that doesn't mean one doesn't clearly stand out above the rest.
Clone Club assemble!
There were plenty of standout characters who elevated the movies and shows they were in this year. Here are our favorites, and the actors who portrayed them. In no particular order!
Starring Tatiana Maslany, Tatiana Maslany, Tatiana Maslany, Tatiana Maslany, Tatiana Maslany, and Tatiana Maslany.
Over the course of ten episodes Orphan Black has taught us some valuable life lessons. Keep them in mind while you wait for season two.
Join BuzzFeed in a collective freak-out about the Emmys overlooking Julianna Margulies, Tatiana Maslany, Zooey Deschanel, John Slattery, and many more.
It's gonna be okay, sestra.