"Orphan Black" has been renewed for a fourth season, BBC America said Thursday.
The science fiction thriller about clones is currently in the middle of its third season. The 10-episode fourth season will air sometime in 2016.
Tatiana Maslany stars in the series in a breakout performance as multiple clones, each with a distinct personality, often interacting with each other. The series has made her a star with genre fans, even as the television academy has failed to nominate her for an Emmy.
Meanwhile, the series has earned a Peabody Award and Maslany has picked up two Critics Choice Awards in the lead actress category, in addition to various other awards and nominations.
The Season 3 premiere in April grabbed the series' biggest audience to date, with 1.1 million viewers. The episode aired across multiple
The third season finale will air on June 20.