Could 'suspended' mean 'alive'?

By Shirley Li
March 14, 2016 at 05:38 PM EDT
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Could Delphine (Evelyne Brochu) have survived her gunshot wound? The latest Orphan Black trailer for season 4 isn’t telling — but does offer one key clue. 

At the 14-second mark, Delphine’s employee personnel record appears, which lists her status as “suspended.” Other personnel records flash past, including one for Cosima (Tatiana Maslany) and one for Dr. Nealon (Tom McCamus), who’s listed officially as “deceased” — which means either the Dyad Institute hasn’t found Delphine’s body or she’s alive somewhere, incapable of returning to work.

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For those who need it, here’s a screengrab:

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(Plus, as co-creator Graeme Manson teased during the show’s PaleyFest panel in October, “Where’d [Delphine] get hit, the liver? It looked like that’s not necessarily fatal.” There’s hope for #SaveDelphine yet.)

Of course, the possible answer to Delphine’s fate isn’t the only eyebrow-raising moment in the trailer: Fans also get quick glimpses of Krystal (Maslany) apparently walking into a fertility clinic as well as M.K. (Maslany), the latest clone featured on the drama, offering Sarah (Maslany) some alarming advice: “You need to run.”

Watch the trailer above. Orphan Black returns April 14 at 10 p.m. ET on BBC America. 

Tatiana Maslany plays half the cast of BBC America’s paranoid clone thriller.
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