Season Five of Orange is the New Black begins at precisely the point where Season Four left off – with a riot in progress following the death of Poussey.
Season Five will unfold in real time and over the course of just three days. Netflix has released a video of the first 60 seconds of the first episode – and eight first look photos (the remaining seven follow – double click to embiggen).
Orange is the New Black returns on Friday, June 9th.
Things are getting darker at Litchfield this season. One hundred new inmates have been unceremoniously dumped into the prison and the warden is more than a little worried.
Piper is afraid that she’s ‘pissed off the prison,’ and Pennsatucky defines the difference between pain and suffering, ‘pain’s always there, but suffering is a choice.’
Even without the tweaks to the Emmy rules, I don’t think this season would have been eligible for Best Comedy Series. Check out the season 4 trailer following the jump. OITNB returns to Netflix on June 17th.
Syfy’s Dark Matter – from John Mallozzi and Paul Mullie (various Stargate titles) – will guest star Ruby Rose, who was featured in the latest season of Orange is the New Black, on its July 24th episode.
Rose will play Wendy, an entertainment android who may be more than she seems. Follow the jump for more.
SundanceTV has announced a new non-fiction series that will explore the creation and maintenance of some of today’s most creative TV series – like Recreation, Mad Men and Orange is the New Black.
Behind The Story with the Paley Center will use footage from The Paley Center for Media’s PaleyFest 2013 and PaleyFest 2014 television festivals to take viewers through the personal stories of these shows’ casts and creators.
Behind the Story with the Paley Center premieres on Tuesday, pril 7th (8/7C). For further details, follow the jump.
The cast of Orange Is The New Black will descend upon Conan O’Brien for Monday’s edition CONAN (TBS, Monday, 11/10C). O’Brien will welcome Taylor Schilling, Laverne Cox, Uzo Aduba, Kate Mulgrew, Natasha Lyonne and series co-star Jason Biggs for their first-ever joint appearance in late night.
Orange is the New Black killed at the 2014 Critics Choice Television Awards with its second season. Netflix just wants to remind you that, if you haven’t been watching, it’s right there – both seasons, ready to binge on anytime you want.
Check out their OITNB reminder trailer after the jump.
There were a lot of first time nominations and winners at last night’s Critics Choice Television Awards. Granted, the awards are only four years old, but look at almost any four-year stretch of the Emmys and see how many new shows get nominated and then win. While there were a few repeat winners – Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad, Jim Parsons, the very deserving Tatiana Maslany among them – the night was notable for giving rookies some love.
True Detective’s Matthew McConaghey took Best Actor, Drama, Fargo got Best Mini-Series and acting wins for Billy Bob Thornton (Best Actor in a Movie or Mini-Series) and Allison Tolman (Best Supporting Actress in Movie or Mini-Series) and Orange Is the New Black nabbed Best Comedy Series (it is funnier than Nurse Jackie!) and two acting awards. For a complete list of winners, and a bit of commentary follow the jump.
Jenji Kohan’s women-behind-bars Netflix series Orange is the New Black helped solidify Netflix as a provider of original content. The critically acclaimed series returns for season two on June 6th. Check out the trailer after the jump.