Tatiana Maslany will be ‘last woman standing,’ they joke

By Kelly Connolly
Updated July 22, 2016 at 10:11 PM EDT

Orphan Black fans might want to clone the beloved series to keep it from ending after the forthcoming final season. Series star (and Emmy nominee) Tatiana Maslany feels the same.

“I don’t want to not have to play these characters,” Maslany tells EW. “I’m going to do a one-woman show, actually.”

Maslany joined cast members Kristian Bruun, Jordan Gavaris, Kathryn Alexandre, and Kevin Hanchard, along with executive producers John Fawcett and Graeme Manson, in the EW lounge at San Diego Comic-Con to tease the end of the hit BBC America drama. Nothing about the show’s final moments is set in stone yet, but they’ve got some ideas.

“The walls of the set fall apart and Tatiana kills the whole crew,” Manson jokes.

As the show winds down, the cast is also looking back on what surprised them most about the Orphan Black experience.

“That people watched!” Gavaris says. Check out the video above.

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Orphan Black

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

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