Emmys

Eye on Emmy: Orphan Black Star Tatiana Maslany Gender Bends, Gets Kinky and Improvises Rage in Season 2

It’s hard to top Tatiana Maslany‘s debut season on BBC America’s clone thriller Orphan Black, during which she played at least seven different characters.

But as Season 2 has delved deeper into grifter punk/mother Sarah and her sisters, Maslany has outdone herself, bringing new layers and emotions to her many roles. READ MORE

Emmys

Emmys 2014: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series -- Our 6 Dream Nominees!

It’s a common lament that there aren’t enough juicy roles for women on the big screen, but when it comes to television, the opposite seems true. At least that’s the conclusion we came to while narrowing down the field for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series to just six dream nominees. READ MORE

Golden Globes: Who Should Win, Who Will Win

Something you need to know before you dive into my predictions for the 2014 Golden Globe Awards: In the 13-plus years I’ve been doing this, I have never once been wrong. Save for in 2002 when Charlie Sheen won for Spin City. And 2008 when David Duchovny snagged a trophy for Californication. And 2012 when Kelsey Grammer triumphed for Boss. And… my point is this:  READ MORE & VIEW WISH LIST & PREDICTIONS

Orphan Black Creators Promise No 'Throwaway Clones,' Hint at Tiny Time Jump in Season 2

If and when Orphan Black adds another clone to Tatiana Maslany’s award-winning repertoire, the show’s creators insist the new addition will be put through a rigorous vetting process before debuting onscreen.

“We treat our [clones] very seriously and don’t want to introduce a lot of redshirts,” promises exec producer Graeme Manson. “We don’t want throwaway clones. If we’re …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO