The best drama series for "Orphan Black" is awarded at the Canadian Screen Awards in Toronto, on March 1, 2015.
Frank Gunn—AP
May 7, 2015 10:14 AM EDT

Good news for the Clone Club: Orphan Black is coming back for another season.

BBC America has announced that the sci-fi show starring Tatiana Maslany, Tatiana Maslany, and a few other Tatiana Maslanys will return for a fourth year. The show’s currently airing third season is only three episodes in, but has apparently been doing well enough to guarantee Orphan’s return in 2016.

Season 3 has expanded on season 2’s cliffhanger ending by introducing a set of male clones to go up against the Maslany-portrayed female clones, who have been part of the show since its start.

Orphan Black currently airs Saturdays on BBC America. For more on the show, read EW’s recap of the latest episode and an interview with the show’s creators on the latest twist.

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