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'Orphan Black' season 2 premiere photos: Sarah meets Mark

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Who's counting down the days to the "Orphan Black" season 2 premiere? If you are, here's another sneak peek at "Nature Under Constraint and Vexed" in the form of new promotional photos BBC America released Thursday, April 3.

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In the "Orphan Black" season 2 premiere, Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) is not only on the run, she's also out of options and pursued by deadly adversaries as she tries to find her daughter Kira (Skyler Wexler), whom she discovered was missing in the final moments of the season 1 finale. Sarah suspects that the pro-clone introduced at the end of last season, Rachel, is responsible and so begins an all out water.

Meanwhile, Alison and Donnie (Kristian Bruun) attend Aynsley's funeral, leading to guilt and despair for Alison. How will Alison react when she finds out she stood by and watched her friend die when her real monitor is her husband?

Finally, Cosima is faced with a perplexing decision that could have dire consequences. Last we saw Cosima, she was facing the fact that she is sick just like we've seen in the clones before (and will continue to see in a new clone).

BBC America had already released photos from the first episode, but now we have more images from "Nature Under Constraint and Vexed," and you can check out all of them in the slideshow.

Check out Sarah meeting with Mark (Ari Millen), a loyal follower of Johannsen (Peter Outerbridge), the leader of a new group of religious extremists, and his teachings, in a diner, on the run and facing off with Rachel. What does Mark have to say?

You can see what will probably be one of the few calm moments for Alison this season. Plus, there's a look at a sweet moment for Cosima and Delphine (Evelyne Brochu).

"Orphan Black" season 2 premieres on April 19. What do you think of these "Nature Under Constraint and Vexed" photos

© Meredith Jacobs 2014

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