Critics’ Choice Awards Give Canadian TV Some Love

This year’s Critics’ Choice Awards (June 10th) resulted in an outstanding win for Canadian-born Tatiana Maslany. Star of BBC America’s new drama series ‘Orphan Black’, Maslany has been consistently moving her way up from past shows and films such as Gingersnaps 2, Heartland, and Being Erica. Her amazing performance was a bit more complex than her other ones, playing not only the lead character, but all 7 of her clones. Though multiple personalities can be difficult to alternate between (especially on one show), Maslany demonstrated her talents in playing the role flawlessly and with precision. Going up against other hit TV shows in her nomination category, her win against Mad Men’s Elizabeth Moss, Homeland’s Clair Daines, The Good Wife’s Julianna Margulies, Bates Motel’s Vera Fermiga, and The Americans’ Keri Russell, was a huge accomplishment for the first season of this local Canadian show.

Urban Post’s Sound Team worked some long hours, but is definitely proud to be working with a wide range of committed, and talented ¬†individuals in bringing Orphan Black to (auditory) life. So congratulations to Tatiana Maslany for her well-deserved award for Best Actress in a TV Drama Series.

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