After five seasons of incredible performances and episodes that made us feel like we totally understood science (kinda), Orphan Black (all five seasons available now on CraveTV) has finally come to an end. It’s a sad reality for fans, but those who have fallen in love with the series know that once you’re a member of the Clone Club, you’re always a member of the Clone Club.
That said, we still want to know where all the incredible actors from Orphan Black are heading next. We’re looking at the end of Orphan Black as more of a ‘see ya later’ then ‘goodbye forever.’
Here’s where you can see the stars of Orphan Black next, or you can just re-watch all five seasons on CraveTV. Or, y’know, you can do both. That’s what we’d do.
TATIANA MASLANY (SARAH, ALISON, HELENA, COSIMA, ETC)
For many actors, getting their big break in a long-running TV series can mean an uneasy transition following the end of the show. Typecasting and associating an actor with only one role can make it difficult for audiences to see them as any other character. Thankfully, for Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany, her numerous clone characters mean that there isn’t any role we can’t see the Canadian actor playing. Maslany is set to star opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in this month’s new feature film Stronger, based on the life of a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing.
JORDAN GAVARIS (FELIX DAWKINS)
Brampton, Ontario native Jordan Gavaris finally got to drop his OB English accent for 2017’s Maya Dardel, where he plays a young writer vying to take over the estate of a woman who intends to end her life. The new film is a much darker role for Gavaris, whose fast-talking Felix supplied much of the comic relief over Orphan Black’s five seasons.
KRISTIAN BRUUN (DONNIE HENDRIX)
Kristian Bruun is wasting no time in finding another Canadian series to star in, following the end of Orphan Black. Bruun will appear opposite Jerry O’Connell in the upcoming show Carter, a comedy that will be filmed in North Bay. Bruun has also filmed a number of shorts and stars in the upcoming feature film The Go-Getters.
MARIA DOYLE KENNEDY (MRS. S)
Actor Maria Doyle Kennedy has been busy since wrapping her role as foster mom with secrets, Siobhan Sadler. Kennedy has returned to her native Ireland to star in two series, including Striking Out and Kat and Alfie: Redwater. Kennedy also had a dance off with Canadian musician Feist in the singer’s latest music video for her single, “Century.” Say what you will about Mrs. S, but she’s always been a badass.
ARI MILLEN (MARK, IRA, RUDY, ETC)
Kingston, Ontario native Ari Millen may find his next role less exhausting than playing numerous clones at one time, but that doesn’t mean the actor isn’t staying busy. He’s set to star in the upcoming thriller Hunter’s Moon opposite Colm Feore, out this November. In 2018, Millen will appear in French Canadian director Xavier Dolan‘s English debut, The Life and Death of John F Donovan, which boasts an all-star cast that includes Kit Harington, Jessica Chastain, Natalia Portman, Thandie Newton, Kathy Bates, Susan Sarandon, and Jacob Tremblay.
KEVIN HANCHARD (DETECTIVE ART BELL)
As Detective Bell, Kevin Hanchard proved he could juggle multiple clones at once. In real life, Hanchard is now juggling multiple TV series. Hanchard is currently starring as Rev. Gregoire on the series Tin Star and is picking up a fake badge once again as Agent Jim Saunders in the comedy People of Earth.
DYLAN BRUCE (PAUL DIERDEN)
Canadian actor Dylan Bruce is going from clones to vampires, witches, werewolves and more in the new TV series Midnight, Texas. Already renewed for a second season, Bruce plays Bobo Winthrop, the owner of the local pawn shop in a small town that caters to the undead.
EVELYNE BROCHU (DELPHINE CORMIER)
Montreal native Evelyn Brochu is continuing to stun audiences with her incredible on-screen performances. She stars in this year’s drama Rememory opposite Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage and plays Aurora Loft in the WWII based TV series X Company.
MICHIEL HUISMAN (CAL MORRISON)
It would be shorter to list the films that Michiel Huisman won’t be appearing in over the next two years. Huisman has eight films so far in 2017 and 2018, including Irreplaceable You with Christopher Walken and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Huisman is also set to appear in the upcoming TV series The Haunting of Hill House, and we have our fingers crossed that he may even return to Game Of Thrones for the finale season.
MICHAEL MANDO (VIC)
Since playing lowlife crook Vic on Orphan Black, Michael Mando is now playing a much bigger lowlife crook on Better Call Saul, in his role as Nacho Varga. Mando also appeared in a little film that was released this past summer called Spider-Man: Homecoming. You may have heard of it.