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New Orphan Black Series May Be Coming Soon

To say Orphan Black was a huge hit, might be understating things just a little bit. Now it appears as if AMC is looking on bringing the series back, as a new show set in the same universe.

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Canadian Screen Awards 2018 Featured Margaret Atwood, “Kim’s Convenience” & More

Last night, the sixth annual Canadian Screen Awards took place at the Sony Centre in Toronto and recognized the best in local talent in film, television and media. Real Style was reporting live from the red carpet, and also present for the show which followed. Read on to hear more about last night’s big winners.

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Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black And It’s Only The End Of The World Win Big At The Canadian Screen Awards

Tatiana Maslany proved she’s more than just a TV actress last night at the Canadian Screen Awards, as she picked up two trophies. Everyone expected she’d win for the hit TV series Orphan Black of course, after all she’d won in the previous three years as well for the role, but she also won a best actress trophy for her role in the film The Other Half as well. In the end, it was Orphan Black taking home the most trophies this year, with 9 altogether.

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TV Shows To Binge Watch Over A Rainy Weekend

Is your weekend looking gloomy because the forecast is for rain? Thanks to complete TV seasons being available to stream through Netflix, Crave TV, and others, there are plenty of shows you can binge watch for the first time, or rewatch for the tenth. Here are our favourites.

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The Book of Negroes And Schitt’s Creek Are The Canadian Screen Awards Big Winners So Far

While the big Canadian Screen Awards trophies won’t be announced until Sunday’s gala presentation, The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television has all ready started handing out some of their awards. And so far CBC series The Book of Negroes and Schitt’s Creek are striking gold.

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Room And Schitt’s Creek Leads Canadian Screen Awards 2016 Nominations

The 2016 Canadian Screen Awards nominations were announced yesterday, with the Oscar-nominated Room and Schitt’s Creek leading the way. First given out in 2013 as a merger of the Gemini Awards and Genie Awards, the fourth installment of the program is set to air on March 13th with new host Norm Macdonald taking over for Andrea Martin who hosted last year.

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Orphan Black Returns – What You Need To Know Now

Orphan Black is very quickly becoming one of the most successful Canadian shows of all time, winning Golden Globes, People’s Choice Awards and Canadian Screen Awards. It’s made a star out of Tatiana Maslany, and its third season is getting ready to start on April 18th. To help get us ready for the season premiere, we take a look at a few things you might not have known about the series.

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“Orphan Black” Star Ksenia Solo Chats About Playing Shay In Season 3

Season 3 of “Orphan Black” premieres on Saturday, April 18. We caught up with 27-year-old star Ksenia Solo, who plays Shay on the show. Read on to find out about her new character and the latest season of the sci-fi series.

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Canadian Screen Awards 2015 Winners

The Canadian Screen Awards 2015 aired last night, and what a night it was. Xavier Dolan’s Mommy took home 9 awards in total for film, and Tatiana Maslany not only repeated for Best Actress in a drama series, but her series Orphan Black repeated for Best Drama.

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Orphan Black What You Need To Know

Orphan Black returns this weekend for season 2, and we’ve got the inside scoop on everything you need to know to get caught up on the series.

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Orphan Black & Enemy Top Nominees For 2014 Canadian Screen Awards

With award season well under way, it’s only fitting that we celebrate Canada’s brightest stars. The nominees for the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards were announced today and Orphan Black and Jake Gyllenhaal’s movie Enemy topped the list of nominees.

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Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany Interview About Stepping Into Five Different Roles

Real Style spoke with Tatiana Maslany about what it was like to take on this challenging role for Orphan Black. Connecting with one character can be difficult enough, now imagine stepping into the shoes of not one or two, but five different characters in your first major lead role. It was a tough challenge that Canadian born actress Tatiana Maslany was up for when she signed on to play Sarah, Beth, Alison, Cosmia, Helena and Katja on Orphan Black.

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