'Orphan Black' Season 4 Spoilers: Sarah is back 'where it all started'; bromance blossoms between Felix and Donnie

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The Clone Club has stopped by Paley Fest to drop some major Season 4 spoilers when Orphan Black returns in spring 2016.

The group, composed of co-creator and writer Graeme Manson and stars Kristian Bruun, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Jordan Gavaris and Tatiana Maslany dished on the new season during the event, reported Indiewire.

According to Manson, the show will feature a two month time jump where Sarah will be returned to a few weeks before her encounter with Kira.

“We are going back to the beginning. Sarah’s going to have to go back to where this all started,” Manson said.

According to a Deadline report, Ari Millen has also been confirmed to return in Season 4. Millen plays Mark Rollins and will figure in a big twist during the season.

It was also revealed that Delphine would most likely be alive when the show returns but fans would need to watch out for her relationship with Cosima.

Tatiana Maslany, who plays the character teased that fans will be treated to a deeper look into her relationship.

For his part, Gavaris, who plays Felix, said: “I think it’s gonna be cool this season to explore the idea of blood ties and biology and how much that bonds and connects people. Sarah’s not really an orphan anymore and it’s going to be weird for [Gavaris’ character Felix] to be the only foster child.”

Gavaris, along with Kristina Braun who plays Donnie, also revealed that they would like their characters’ relationship to grow closer, although they would prefer to to be bromantic rather than romantic.

The cast also shared that audiences would be surprised to know that the original concept for the series was far different from how it actually turned out.

According to a report, the initial draft of the concept involved clones who behaved identically, being identified only by using color coded names.

“We were just trying to get one season. We just wanted to go to Comic-Con.It’s grown to something we’ve never expected: We’ve got comic books in the works. We’ve even discussed a video game,” Mason said.