Temple Street Productions has brought on Striker Entertainment as the worldwide (excluding Canada) licensing agent for its hit TV series "Orphan Black."
Striker is already working with Temple Street to develop and build a global licensing program for the clone drama series.
"Orphan Black" licensees recently brought on board by Striker include Changes for t-shirts, sweatshirts, tank tops and hoodies; Trends International for posters; IDW for comics; and Funko for bobble heads and vinyl figures.
Additional categories that have been licensed but not yet announced include novels, drinkware, standees, calendars and a line of “inspired by” fashion apparel and jewelry.
Products will launch in the fall at specialty retail channels.
“We’re excited to be teaming up with Striker, who are not only fans of the show but also have an impressive track record in the merchandise and licensing landscape working on other global hits like The Hunger Games and the Twilight saga,” says John Young, managing director, Temple Street Productions. “This initiative will help to strengthen the Orphan Black brand and ensure that we deliver quality merchandise to support the devoted Clone Club fans worldwide.”
Season three of the series will return on BBC America and Space in Canada in 2015.