Orphan Black
Tatiana Maslany stars in BBC America's "Orphan Black," returning in April. (BBC America)

‘Orphan Black’ teaser: Back to the future

Sarah Manning goes forward to the past (back to the future?) when “Orphan Black” returns for its fourth season, debuting in April on BBC America.

The network Wednesday released a teaser showing Sarah saying, “The only way forward is to go back.” Tatiana Maslany plays Sarah as well as all her clone “sestras.” In the teaser, Sarah, Cosima, Helena and Alison take turns talking about the woman with a mask and her journey down the rabbit hole.

In the new season, Sarah and her family will search for “an elusive and mysterious ally” by retracing the journey of her dead clone sister, Detective Beth Childs. She’ll come up against a new enemy and a new clone. MK is the masked, self-aware loner who has lurked in the shadows of the clone conspiracy from the beginning. (see photo below.)

MK can provide answers for Sarah and her sisters, but the big question is will she?

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BBC America announced its Orphan Black Fan Art Poster contest with Entertainment Weekly. Fans are invited to submit Season 4 art for the chance to win a grand prize of $10,000 and a private screening of the all-new season in their hometown. The winning artwork will be featured as part of the “Orphan Black” promotional campaign with a print ad in Entertainment Weekly, billboards and a prime position on the channel and across all “Orphan Black” social platforms.

Paintings, drawings, illustrations, stop-motion animation, photos, videos, interpretive sculptures and all other forms of artistic expression can be submitted for a chance at the grand prize.

Twenty finalists will also receive a custom print of their artwork signed by the “Orphan Black” cast. Fans can submit at www.bbcamerica.com/orphanblackposter until 11:59 p.m. ET Feb. 15.

Orphan Black Season 4
A masked clone, MK, joins the sisterhood in Season 4 of “Orphan Black.” (BBC America)