Your long winter of discontent is almost over, Clone Club. It’s time to stop binge-eating your feels away while watching Cophine videos on loop, let some sunlight in, and get ready for the third season of Orphan Black, which premieres on April 18. To help get you in the mood, BBC America has released a sneak peek of Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) having a cryptic chat with creepy, confined Castor clone Rudy (Ari Millen).
To refresh your memory, when we last left defacto Project Leda leader Sarah, she had just discovered the existence of a group of mysterious and militaristic male clones known as Project Castor. Unlike the Leda sisters (all played by Maslany), who were scattered worldwide, the Castor brothers (all played by Millen) were raised together as a single-minded, self-aware pack.
Meanwhile, Helena has been black bagged, Cosima is still fighting for her life, and Alison is trying to window dress her growing body count in suburbia. And don’t forget ruthless Rachel, the one-eyed pro-clone. Can Sarah unite her sisters to fight the Castor threat and finally discover the truth behind their creation?
In addition to Maslany and Millen, Orphan Black‘s third season will again feature Jordan Gavaris as loyal foster brother Felix, Maria Doyle Kennedy as sketchy mother figure Mrs. S, Evelyne Brochu as Cosima’s torn lover and doctor Delphine, Dylan Bruce as shadowy black ops spy Paul, and Kevin Hanchard as dogged detective Art. Guest stars will include Justin Chatwin, James Frain, and Ksenia Solo.
AMC Networks is putting all its might behind the third season of Orphan Black, airing its April 18 premiere as a block on BBC America, AMC, Sundance TV, IFC and We TV at 9 p.m. ET.
Until then, watch Rudy try to mess with Sarah’s head.