"You don't own us."
Brace yourselves, Clone Club. Season two of the critically acclaimed drama Orphan Black is almost here, and we've got your first look at the highly anticipated premiere. All hail queen Tatiana Maslany, because Sarah Manning and then rest of our favorite clones are back, and it's time to delve deeper into the mysterious origins of our genetically enhanced doppelgängers.
To celebrate the return of badass Sarah, soccer mom Alison, science-loving Cosima, HBIC Rachel and any other clones we haven't met yet, BBC America is releasing eight sneak-peek clips on their official Instagram (@OrphanBlacktv). (There will be one a day for the next week so you don't O.D. on all the awesomeness.)
Do yourselves a favor and immediately click on the 15-second teaser above to make your Wednesday infinitely more incredible. It's a Sarah vs. Rachel face-off and, like all episodes, our money will always be on Sarah.
After entering a pristine office with a gun in hand, it's clear that Sarah is not there to play nice with the pro-clone. "Good you made it," Rachel taunts. "You're not going to shoot me, Sarah." So what does our most kickass clone do? Sarah smacks the crap out of her, of course!
Once Rachel is firmly pinned to the ground, she threatens, "Nobody lays hands on me!" With the gun pressed firmly against Rachel's temple, Sarah quietly tells the smug blonde exactly what she doesn't want to hear: "You don't own us."
We recently chatted with the phenomenally talented Orphan Black star, and Maslany promised that this season will immediately delve into the drama. "We left all the women in a really intense place and no relationship is what it seems and no alliance is what it seems," she shared. "Sarah is a lot more desperate that where she was last season because of what she's been through and she's going to fight really hard for her life."
When asked which clone she's most excited for fans to get to know more, Maslany was quick to respond saying, "Rachel. I think because she's a little bit of a hard nut to crack and we didn't really see a lot of her last year. I really love her and she's given me a lot to play with."
Orphan Black's second season premieres Saturday, April 19, at 9 p.m. on BBC America.