Orphan Black Week: What's Next for Cosima? Tatiana Maslany Spills "She’s Facing Death"—Watch Now!

Exclusive! Find out what's next for your favorite geeky clone when the BBC America hit series returns for season two!

By Leanne Aguilera Mar 31, 2014 12:00 PMTags

You may not have heard, so we're going to tell you again: We're obsessed with BBC America's Orphan Black.

It's edgy, creative, thrilling, and unlike any other show on television right now. In fact, we love it so much, that we're devoting an entire week to bringing you new and exclusive content to celebrate the season two premiere. (Mark your calendars because it's April 19!)

We've already provided you with a freakout-worthy sneak peek as to what Sarah Manning is going to be up to when the critically acclaimed series returns, but now it's time to shine the spotlight on the smart, yet oh-so sexy clone, Cosima.

Star, and future winner of all the awards, Tatiana Maslany, spills in our first look video above that our geeky gal is in for a dangerously rough ride this season. 

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"Season two picks up with her now facing her mortality. She's facing death and she's facing illness and the degeneration of her body. And there's something very unknown happening inside of her," Maslany reveals.

As for the so-hot-it-hurts relationship between Cosima and her monitor/lover Delphine? The 28-year-old actress spills, "Cosima and Delphine's relationship is ever-evolving. There's so much deception but at the same time there's so much love and attraction. It's romantic and beautiful and complicated." Confession: We ship them so hard.

Press play on our exclusive video above to get even more scoop on what's ahead for Cosima, plus check out never-before-seen footage from the shocking second season. 

We're continuing with our Orphan Black obsession all week, so keep checking back to E! Online and follow @KristinDSantos on Twitter for your exclusive sneak peeks of all the clone craziness coming up!

The second season of Orphan Black premieres Saturday, April 19 at 9 p.m. on BBC America.