Following directly on the events of the season four finale, the thirteen episode of season five of Orange is the New Black take place in more-or-less real time over three days as the inmates of Litchfield Penitentiary rebel against their inhumane treatment.
Season 5 of OITNB premieres on Netflix on June 9th.
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.
From personal experience, I see that when someone gets married and/or has kids, they wind up gaining a whole new set of friends – people that they might otherwise have never met, or even liked.
When Alex and Emily, a thirtysomething couple with a pre-school aged son, RJ, move from Seattle to Los, RJ makes friends with another boy at a park near their new home. They are approached by the other boy’s father, Kurt (Jason Scwartzman) and find themselves invited to dinner – pizza – that night. Even though they’re not sure what to make of Kurt, with his hipster style and unhipster demeanor, they accept.
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.
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.
It seems that every time you turn around, there’s another Nicholas Sparks movie playing at the nearest multiplex. Some are good [The Notebook, The Last Song], some are appallingly bad [Nights in Rodanthe, Dear John] and some are just there. The Lucky One is one of the latter.