‘Orphan Black’ Season 2 Spoilers: Tatiana Maslany Says Sarah is More Desperate in New Season [TEASER VIDEO]

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By Anshu Shrivastava | March 5, 2014 8:31 PM EST

Black is Back on April 19, 2014. It will feature a season-long battle between Sarah and Rachel. In the new teaser, Rachel can be heard saying, "surrender yourself," while Sarah says, "everything we are belongs to them."


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In the upcoming season, according to Graeme Manson, co-creator of "Orphan Black," Sarah's problem will be "amplified." In an interview with E! Online, Tatiana Maslany said that in Season 2, "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."

The teaser indicates an intense, conflict-full season. Talking about the new season, Manson had said, as quoted by Entertainment Weekly, "every alliance in her life (Sarah) has changed, every dynamic has shifted and nothing is certain anymore. She's not sure who to trust. A war begins with her and Rachel this year, really."

Maslany said that she is excited for the fans to get to know more of Rachel, as she is a "little bit of a hard nut to crack." The new season will begin with Sarah frantically searching for her missing daughter, Kira.

"Orphan Black" Season 2 is scheduled to return on April 19, 2014. The new season promises to be a real treat. New characters will be introduced in this season, including Dyad agent, Marian Bowles, portrayed by Michelle Forbes. She is expected to keep a "bird's eye-view" on the fight between Rachel and Sarah.

As reportedly previously, the new season will thematically address the issue of patenting human-DNA. Perry Simon, general manager of BBC America, had said in a statement that the new season takes the fans "further down the rabbit hole."

John Fawcett, co-writer of "Orphan Black," had hinted that a couple of more clones will make their appearance in the second season. More clones with their own special trait and quirkiness are always welcome.

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