'Orphan Black' series two will have its UK premiere on BBC Three later this month, the corporation has announced.
The series will start on Wednesday 30 April at 10pm.
The first series aired in the UK six months after first being broadcast in the US. Thankfully, fans will only have to wait 11 days for the second series to hit these shores after its US debut.
In the US, the second series started on Saturday on BBC America.
The Canadian sci-fi series centres on Sarah Manning, a woman who witnesses her clone commit suicide and then assumes the identity of the deceased.
Tatiana Maslany ('Diary of the Dead', 'Cracked', and 'Parks and Recreation') plays Sarah Manning, the woman who assumes the identity of her clone (also played by Maslany).
The show also stars Dylan Bruce ('Arrow', 'The Bay', 'NCIS'), Jordan Gavaris ('Cracked', 'Curse of Chucky'), and Skyler Wexler ('Carrie', 'Really Me', 'Alphas').
The first episode of the second series is titled 'Nature Under Constraint and Vexed', and sees Sarah (Maslany) trying to find Kira, her missing daughter. It was written by series co-creator Graeme Manson.
Series one of 'Orphan Black' recently came exclusively to Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Here's a trailer for series two.