The trailer for the fifth season of Orphan Black has arrived, and over the past four seasons fans have watched the identical women (all played by Tatiana Maslany) battle a number of increasingly deceitful enemies, which has all lead up to this final season.

The trailer features voice-overs from the characters Sarah, Alison, Cosima, and Helena as it sends us back to the beginning to when Sarah has her first clone encounter with Beth, as she commits suicide by walking in front of an oncoming train.

The clones contemplate in the trailer, “From the very start, they hunted us, controlled us, used us, betrayed us, but they could not break us.” which the trailer reveals during flashbacks to each of their traumatic experiences.

“Now we fight to control our bodies, to love whom we choose. Together we are one,” the clones declare in the trailer.

Many of the details for the new season are still undisclosed, but Deadline has a brief summary for the shows final season:

The sister clones struggle to be in contact with each other. Some are reunited, one is captured. The camp near Westmoreland’s mansion is called Revival, and it’s a self-sustained community for the next generation of clones. Clone Cosima believes that the answers to her sisters’ survival and existence reside at Revival, and she can’t leave just yet despite the fact that Sarah is looking to rescue her. But chaos abounds on this isle and the question of future-lives hangs by a thread, as another one of Maslany’s clones is injured (not Sarah), and another…injected.”

You can catch the premiere of the fifth and final season of Orphan Black only on BBC America June 10, 2017.

Jayden Hausfeld is an aspiring Pop-culture/Video game journalist from Australia. When he isn’t studying for his Bachelor degree in Journalism or fighting off all the animals that could kill him, he’s generally playing video games or binge watching Netflix shows which take up the rest of his free time.

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