Orphan Black returns to a television near us in a couple of months and the people behind the science-centric show are doing their best to keep their fans glued to any internet capable device they have.
Today, not one, but two teaser were released for the upcoming third season of the hit show.
Following the original teaser which featured original clone Sarah Manning, each teaser is specific to a clone. The first new teaser features bubbly, soccer mom, Alison on the phone telling the caller that if they mess with the “Hendrixes they will get their butts kicked” something we’re sure she could do.
She also informs all onlookers, through a statically television, that she is “not anyone’s toy.”
The second new teaser features everyone’s favorite nutjob and “seestra” Helena. The images from her clip include flashbacks from the past season when she was kidnapped and a new shot of her in a jail cell with Paul babysitting her.
Similar to what Alison said, Helena tells the world that she is “not their weapon.”
Orphan Black returns to BBC America on April 18, but if you’re still itching for more on the show, follow their official Instagram where scenes from the upcoming season will be posted.
Weezer Watch has been a little quiet over the last few weeks, after it was revealed that their new album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End will be out on September 30 through Republic Records.
Today, frontman Rivers Cuomo posted on Twitter a link to a YouTube video which offers fans a teaser for a new song titled, “I’ve Had It Up To Here.” As of now, the band have given teasers for several songs including “My Mystery,” “Return to Ithaca” and of course lead single, “Back to the Shack.”
Weezer have released another clip, the second teaser this week from the group to excited fans. This new clip features a brand new track titled “My Mystery.”
Judging by their previous clips, this new song will no doubt be featured on the group’s upcoming new album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End. Including this new clip, Weezer have officially release eleven clips, all in promotion (or teasing) for the upcoming record.
Watch the creepy black and white video.
Earlier this week, the band revealed to fans the cover art for the record, which has yet to be given a release date. The art was revealed to be done by Chris McMahon who is known for taking thrift shop landscape painting and adding some creative monsters to them.
Like always, there is still no indication as to when the follow-up to 2010’s Hurley is slated to be released. Maybe one of these teaser clips will do us the honor and reveal that soon.