“Orphan Black” fans at San Diego Comic-Con have a pretty busy schedule for the next four days. “Orphan Black” events are happening throughout SDCC, and they will give the fans, a.k.a. the Clone Club, access to the actors, exclusive merchandise and more. Check out all the details below.
“Orphan Black” Panel: Friday at 6 p.m. PDT in Room 6A
The panel will feature actors Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, Ari Millen, Dylan Bruce, Kristian Bruun and Maria Doyle Kennedy and executive producers Graeme Manson and John Fawcet.
TV Guide Magazine’s Fan Favorites: Saturday at noon in Ballroom 20
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Jordan Garvais’ character Felix is hugely popular, so it isn’t a surprise that TV Guide invited him to be a part of this panel. Garvais will join Gwendoline Christie (“Game Of Thrones”), Misha Collins (“Supernatural”), Colin O’Donoghue (“Once Upon A Time”), Retta (“Parks and Recreation”), Sam Heughan (“Outlander”), John Noble (“Sleepy Hollow”), and Aisha Tyler (“Whose Line Is It Anyway?”).
Nerd HQ Conversations For A Cause with “Orphan Black”: Saturday at 2 p.m. in Petco Park
Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, Dylan Bruce, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Kristian Bruun and Ari Millen will attend the charity event this year. The tickets (which benefit Operation Smile) are sold out, but don’t worry about getting tickets or even being in San Diego. Nerd HQ live streams their panels on YouTube, so even those of us stuck on the east coast will be able to enjoy the panels.
Entertainment Weekly’s Women Who Kick Ass Panel: Saturday at 4:10 p.m. in Hall H
Tatiana Maslany plays seven kick ass women right now, so it isn’t surprising that she was asked to be on this panel. Fans can watch her chat with Natalie Dormer (“Game Of Thrones”), Maisie Williams (“Game Of Thrones”) and Katey Sagal (“Sons Of Anarchy”).
Clone Club Meet Up: Friday at 1 p.m. at Southpaw Social
BBC America and Tumblr are hosting an event to help fans at SDCC connect. The meet up will be first come, first serve (no SDCC tickets required), and fans can start lining up as early as 11 a.m. The official “Orphan Black” Tumblr advertises “Cosima makeovers,” a “Helena Buffet,” a photo booth, a merchandise booth and a “Cloneplay Theater Challenge.”
Merch Booth: Every day at Booth #4129
“Orphan Black” has some serious swag on sale at SDCC, and if you aren’t lucky enough to be there, ask a friend to buy some merch for you. MTV has pictures of the t-shirts ($20 each, in men’s and women’s styles), hoodie ($50 each) and tote bags ($10 each) available exclusively at Comic-Con. All of the exclusives are black with white dots and one red dot along with the tag line, “one of a kind.” Fans can also see other fans’ artwork for "Orphan Black" on the video wall at the booth.