“Orphan Black” is gearing up for its fourth season, and BBC America has released a short little teaser for its original series.
What it lacks in length it makes up for in creepiness…
BBC America will only hint:
Season 4 of the drama will see leader-of-the-pack, Sarah, reluctantly return home from her Icelandic hideout to track down an elusive and mysterious ally tied to the clone who started it all — Beth Childs. Sarah will follow Beth’s footsteps into a dangerous relationship with a potent new enemy, heading in a horrifying new direction. Under constant pressure to protect the sisterhood and keep everyone safe, Sarah’s old habits begin to resurface. As the close-knit sisters are pulled in disparate directions, Sarah finds herself estranged from the loving relationships that changed her for the better.
The 12th Doctor (Peter Capaldi) has a very simple command:
Well, at least it’s easier than, “Don’t blink!”
We all know the meme, and judging by this teaser photo Entertainment Weekly posted from season five of THE WALKING DEAD, some fans may be tempted to break out the riot gear.
Looks like Daryl (Norman Reedus) having a bad day at the cannibal compound, Terminus….
THE WALKING DEAD returns to AMC in October, as usual.
The BBC continues to
torture tease DOCTOR WHO fans with another short video clip, and this one is bound to chill both of any Time Lord’s hearts, thanks to the voice heard here:
Is it…? Could it be…? Is that… the evil Davros shouting, “I see into your soul, Doctor!”
Peter Capaldi‘s 12th Doctor era begins Aug. 23.
The Peter Capaldi Era of DOCTOR WHO begins Aug. 23 at 8 p.m. when the first episode of the eighth season, titled “Deep Breath,” premieres, according to BBC America, the Doctor’s cable home in the USA.
BBC One in Britain describes the premiere episode as being “feature length,” which suggests it will be longer than a standard 45-minute episode.
This teaser clip accompanied the announcement, and includes brief glimpses of the new 12th Doctor and his companion, Clara, played by the returning Jenna Coleman.
While we’re waiting for Scarlett Johansson to return to screens as the Black Widow in next year’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, we will be able to watch the actress kick butt as a far different character in Luc Besson’s Lucy, coming this August.
I’m wincing a little, because the premise of the movie jumps off from the outdated myth that we only use 10 percent of our brain capacity – and Lucy gains superpowers from unlocking increasing amounts of her cerebral capacity. But, hey, it looks like fun, and Morgan Freeman is in it, playing yet another authority figure, so what’s the harm?
In case you want to see more, here’s the first Lucy trailer.
At last, the BBC has released a teaser trailer for the eighth series of the revived DOCTOR WHO, and while it runs just about 15 seconds, we do get to see a new logo and — more importantly — a confirmed start month for the Peter Capaldi era on BBC One and BBC America: August.
There is not much more than a brief, dramatically backlighted glimpse of the 12th Doctor in an exploding TARDIS console room, but at least it’s something.
It is believed (but not certain) that the 12- or 13-episode series will run uninterrupted by a hiatus like the one that seemed to dull viewer response last season.