The popular sci-fi series Orphan Black may be getting its own spinoff on AMC in the near future.
Canadian production company Temple Street Productions, the television studio behind BBC America's main award-winning series, is in the early stages of development for a spinoff series with AMC. No producers or writers have been announced to be attached to the spinoff.
The planned series will reportedly take place in the same continuity as the original series but not serve as a sequel or reboot to it, instead focusing on a new cast of characters. Additional details, including the setting and time period are still being kept under wraps.
Orphan Black ran on BBC America for five seasons from 2013 to 2017. Starring Tatiana Maslany, the series followed a young woman who discovers she has been cloned multiple times throughout North America and Europe. The series was created by Graeme Manson (The Bridge) and John Fawcett (Xena: Warrior Princess) and went on to critical acclaim, winning an Emmy for Maslany's performance and a Peabody Award for Excellence in Television in addition to being nominated for a Golden Globe.
(via The Hollywood Reporter)