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.
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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.
Continue reading The Overnight: Their Kid’s Friends’ Parents!
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.
Follow the jump for more.
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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.
Continue reading Jailed Trailer: Orange is the New Black–Season Two
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.
Continue reading The Lucky One Is Just Another Nicholas Sparks Movie!