Here's what's up with the clones and who's back for Orphan Black season three

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Oct 16, 2014

Production on the third season of Orphan Black has begun, and BBC America has released an overview of what’s coming up for our clone club.

So what can we look forward to see in season three? And, more importantly, who's back?

Here’s what BBC America revealed:

Season 3 plunges the clone sisterhood into unexpected territory with the realization that they’re not alone. Just when they thought they knew their enemies and allies, season three reveals our clones are more vulnerable than ever before. Highly trained, identical male-soldiers raise more questions than answers. Who are these new clones? Who created them? And more importantly, why do they exist? Sarah, Cosima, Alison and Helena are stronger together than they are apart, but this season will put that bond to the test. Will they forge towards their truth, or fall at the feet of those that seek to control them?

Back for the third season — and joining the absolutely magnificent Tatiana Maslany as a series regular — is Ari Millen, who’ll be returning as the newly discovered male clones that includes Mark, the Prolethean cult follower, and Rudy, who is a prisoner of war.

Also back are Jordan Gavaris (Felix), Dylan Bruce (Paul), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Mrs. S.), Kristian Bruun (Donnie), Skyler Wexler (Kira), Kevin Hanchard (Art) and Zoé De Grand Maison as Prolethean escapee Gracie. Also returning are Evelyne Brochu as Cosima's lady love Delphine, and Michiel Huisman (who’s been promoted as a series regular for the fifth season of Game of Thrones) as Kira’s dad Cal.

Shooting is currently taking place in Toronto, with a premiere date tentatively scheduled for spring.

Are you guys looking forward to the third season of Orphan Black?

(via TV Line)

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