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  1. CLONECAST - The Official Orphan Black Podcast: 10 - Kristian Bruun and co-hosts Ajay Fry & Morgan Hoffman (“History Yet to Be Written”)

    Donnie Hendrix himself, Kristian Bruun, is here to talk about the season finale of Orphan Black! Go behind the scenes of the infamous twerking scene, hear speculation about season 4, and more as Kristian, Rob, and special guest co-hosts Ajay Fry and Morgan Hoffman (Space Channel’s After the Black) go through your questions, your theories, and your fan art!Clonecast is going monthly between seasons! Follow us to keep updated about future guests and episodes!

    http://clonecast.tumblr.comFAN ART LINKS

    Helena & pupok painting - Michael Betzel and Tatiana/Ksenia sketches - @molkate illustrations of Orphan Black - aka Lesley Vamos cosplay from Supanova - @tarzapam vs Rudy fight poster - @neirbo hugs Donnie - @PocketClones Pocket Clone embroidery - Erin Wilson digital portrait - Leekie Pop Vinyl diorama - @THAILA324b21 Orphan Black parody music video - @iTheressa

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  2. CLONECAST - The Official Orphan Black Podcast: 6 - Dylan Bruce & Geoff Scott! (“Certain Agony of the Battlefield”)

    Spoiler alert! Rob and Mackenzie are joined by actor Dylan Bruce and visual effects supervisor Geoff Scott to say goodbye to Paul and discuss the explosive sixth episode of this season of Orphan Black! Find out what request Dylan made to the creators for his character’s farewell, what subtle VFX were used in the now-infamous twerking scene, and more as they discuss your questions, theories, and fan art! ART:Shattered mirror portrait - Jasric sketch - @KikwiSHH (including Helena/Tony) - sketch - @Le_Chalicorne supporting cats Pop Vinyls - Shella Théroux cross stitch - Rebecca Brown (requires Facebook login) Paul’s Goodbye comic - @lcmorgan43

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  3. CLONECAST - The Official Orphan Black Podcast: 1 - Kathryn Alexandre! (“The Weight Of This Combination”)

    Fan art links below! We celebrate the season 3 premiere of Orphan Black - and our first episode! Hosts Rob Moden and Orphan Black associate producer Mackenzie Donaldson are joined by Kathryn Alexandre, clone double extraordinaire and the show's secret weapon! They talk about how Kathryn got involved as Tatiana Maslany's acting partner, key scenes from the season 3 premiere "The Weight of This Combination", and your fan art and questions! Want to be featured on the next podcast? Send your episode 302 reactions and art to us at and

    Fan art links:Fan Art Coasters - Kathryn Alexandre's Twitter laptop-inspired spray painting - @KibaFett Infomercial video - Edited by Pepa Albornoz and Delphine paintings - @MayraTjinAKoeng Torturing Rachel art - LC Morgan premiere setup - @missewon and other @-replies from April 19, 2015Tarot cards and clone portraits - Amanda Corbett"Natural Selection" original song/mash-up music video - Rebecca Herd

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  4. CLONECAST - The Official Orphan Black Podcast: 8 - Josh Vokey & co-host Adrianna DiLonardo! (“Ruthless in Purpose, and Insidious in Method”)

    Josh Vokey is here to talk about the evolution of his character Scott! Learn how Josh got involved with Orphan Black, where he thinks Scott's allegiances truly lie, and how he'd want his death scene to go down as he, Rob, and guest co-host Adrianna DiLonardo (The Gay Women Channel on YouTube) go through your questions, your theories, and your fan art! ART LINKS

    Cloneopoly - @meseriouslyme & Rachel - @PocketClones Scott Pop Vinyl - @THAILA324b21 pastels on cardboard - queer-distortions.tumblr.com pencil portrait - Rachel Hicks clones campaign for Alison - first-movement.tumblr.com digital painting - rduncs.tumblr.com

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  5. Nerdist Writers Panel #146: Orphan Black « Nerdist

    Graeme Manson and John Fawcett, creators of Orphan Black, talk about the long gestation period of their clone saga, how the show works, what each of them brings to the project, what happens in the room, and lots more. PLUS: a not-so-great recording (sorry!) of the Q&A that followed the screening of season 2′s eighth episode, “Variable and Full of Perturbation.”

    Moderated by Variety’s Laura Prudom at ATX Television Festival in Austin on June 7, 2014.

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