The world of Orphan Black is poised to live on.
Per THR, a follow-up to the BBC America hit is in the works at AMC.
The report stresses, however, that the new show will not be a sequel or a reboot. It will be a brand new story with new characters.
It's certainly a different way to take things, but the original series was a cult hit that garnered rave reviews for most of its run.
The show was never a heavy hitter in the ratings, and that could explain why the new series is not a sequel to the original.
Having the project on AMC instead of BBC America should allow it to have a bigger chance to garner some more viewers.
BBC America and AMC recently agreed to simulcast Killing Eve Season 2, so it's possible that a similar deal could be struck between the two networks for this potential series.
We must stress that the new iteration is in very early development, so there's a chance it might never make it to the air.
It will all depend on how the script comes in. Still, it's good to know that a new series is in active development.
Orphan Black launched back in 2013 and propelled Maslany to stardom. She went on to win the Emmy for Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her work on the show in 2016.
It focused on a young woman who found out that she is a clone and that someone is plotting to kill her.
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