Orphan Black Season 3 Sarah
Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) will finds herself in harm's way once again in the newest trailer for "Orphan Black" Season 3. Steve Wilkie/BBC America

“Orphan Black” Season 3 is getting closer and the newest trailer is giving fans a few more spoilers to get them through the hiatus. While the latest trailer includes much of the footage that fans have seen before, a few new clips were added in. The promo makes one thing clear: the girls are preparing for a war against Project Castor.

The trailer starts with Sarah’s (Tatiana Maslany) confrontation with Rudy (Ari Millen). Then, quick shot of Rudy (Ari Millen) embracing one of his clones is shown, which is interesting because Rudy made it seem like he wasn’t close to his brothers in the full length confrontation scene.

Cosima (Maslany) seems to have left the deathbed that she was on at the end of “Orphan Black” Season 2. The scientist has her white lab coat on and appears to be in an office as she tells Sarah about the male clones. “Untraceable, the perfect ghost soldiers,” she says.

The trailer also might show the clones pulling another switch. Alison (Maslany) is pictured talking on the phone to Sarah at the 10-second mark. However, she doesn’t have bangs, her hair isn’t straight and she’s wearing plenty of dark eye makeup. The soccer mom may have changed up her look -- or Sarah is pretending to be Alison again. Impersonating her sister could always get her in more trouble. Let’s hope Alison’s husband Donnie (Kristian Bruun) is in on whatever they’re up to.

Even if a clone switch doesn’t put her in danger, Sarah will end up being caught by an enemy. She is shown in a cell and seems to be trying to escape. It looks like she’ll be captured and locked up at some point, but it isn’t clear who takes her. With Delphine in charge, we’re hoping Dyad isn’t after her anymore.

Watch the trailer for “Orphan Black” Season 3 below:

“Orphan Black” Season 3 premieres Saturday, April 18, at 9 p.m. EDT on BBC America. Do you think it looks like Sarah is impersonating Alison? Sound off in the comments section below!