'Orphan Black' has returned for a second season and has already caused a stir worldwide with many praising the show for the originality of its approach and impressive actors. For those of you who have not seen the first season of the show, here are 5 reasons why you should definitely be catching up!
Orphan Black has returned for its second season, placing Canadian Television firmly on the map and already causing fans to bandy questions and solutions back and forth across the web. Very briefly, Orphan Black follows Sarah Manning, a con artist who witnesses the suicide of a woman who looks exactly like her. She assumes this woman's identity and begins a journey in which she meets a series of clones and begins to discover her origins.
Tatiana Maslany stars in Orphan Black.
So, without giving very much else away, for those who have yet to see it, here are five reasons why you should be watching Orphan Black:
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Lindsay Lohan appeared on good form during the filming of Chelsea Lately (due to air on Monday 5th). The 27-year-old actress was released from rehab on Tuesday and things seem to be looking up, despite reviews for 'The Canyons'.
Lindsay Lohan has recorded her first TV appearance following her stint in rehab. She filmed Monday's Chelsea Lately and co-hosted the show where she told the audience that she'd "been on a 90-day court ordered vacation."
Lindsay Lohan at the premiere of Scary Movie 5 in L.A.
Lohan was released from rehab on Tuesday, despite rumours that she may need continued therapy, and appeared in good spirits on the show. Lohan was "funny", according to sources speaking to TMZ, chatting away with fellow host Chelsea Handler and guests: Dylan Bruce, Jen Kirkman and Fortune Feimster.
'Smalls Change (Meditations Upon Ageing)' arrives in April.
The two awards have made for a great 72nd birthday present for the country music icon.