“[Tatiana] is also really fascinated with Beth. Will we ever see a Beth flashback? “Nothing is off the table,” says Manson. Fawcett says the writers have talked about Beth’s story since the beginning of the show, and they’re both fascinated by it. “At some point,” he says, “there is a definite chance that we may see that.” Manson suggests there’s a “twist” to Beth’s story that he looks forward to showing.”—Orphan Black SDCC ‘14 Liveblog (x)
“A fan thanks the show for giving her the courage to come out of the closet, and for writing Cosima as a character who was more than her sexuality, but watching “Orphan Black” with her mother helped rebuild their relationship. She’s fighting tears as she tells the story, as are a few of the panelists, and the whole room bursts into applause when she nervously tries to transition into asking a question about what it feels to change people’s lives in this way. Maslany wipes away a tear, and says, “That’s amazing. I don’t know what to say.”—Tatiana Maslany cries at the Orphan Black SDCC ‘14 panel (via consp1racy)
“Nothing is off the table. At some point, there is a definite chance that we may see that. There’s a "twist" to Beth’s story that we look forward showing it.”—OB creators (Will we ever see a Beth flashback?) SDCC panel (via 324b21-clone)
“I just think that we’re at a point where television is extremely exciting. I just feel really lucky to be at this point in television history making a show like this, and in the company of shows like that. The Emmys is lovely and wonderful, but to me it’s more about hearing the response from the fans… Being in this room — that’s why we do it.”—Tatiana Maslany on her Emmy Snub, at SDCC 2014 (via cosimathedork)
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