Good news every body: Season 4 of Orphan Black will air on Netflix UK from April 15.
Orphan Black, which stars the AMAZING Tatiana Maslany as a series of clones, has aired on BBC Three here in the UK.
But with that channel having now closed down, Netflix has bagged the rights for us British fans of the Canadian show.
The new series premieres April 14 in the States on BBC America and you can watch all new episodes weekly less than 24 hours later exclusively on Netflix.
The first episode will be online Friday 15th April, with new episodes dropping weekly.
“Identity crisis. Season four of #OrphanBlack. April 15th, only on Netflix,” wrote the official Netflix Twitter account.
Once again, Netflix proves a winner.
As with other shows like Pretty Little Liars, Power and Once Upon A Time, the streaming service continues to provide a UK home to bring shows to fans.
If you’ve not got into it yet, Seasons 1-3 of Orphan Black are streaming now, and it’s highly recommended.
The show tells the tale of Sarah Manning, who witnesses the suicide of a woman who looks just like her. She assumes the deceased’s identity – and unlocks a world of secrets. The series raises the issues about the moral and ethical implications of human cloning, and its effects on issues of personal identity.