The third season of Netflix’s Orange is the New Black left Litchfield on a quietly ominous note, that for all the unexpected beach days, a busload of new prisoners would join the rapidly-filling halls. Things seem to have taken a turn for the worse by Season 4, as overcrowding and some harsh new guards take the first 2016 Orange is the New Black trailer in a decidedly dark direction.
Lest you think Netflix would ever cut you a break from its original programming, the ladies of Litchfield are already gearing up Orange is the New Black Season 4 promotion. Piper may not be the only one in trouble, however, according to the first new photos of the season.
There are not one, but two recent films about renowned psychological experiments: the first is The Stanford Prison Experiment, based on the project of the same name, which hits VOD this Friday and is currently in select theaters. Then there’s Experimenter, starring Peter Sarsgaard as Stanley Milgram, the social psychologist known for his controversial “obedience experiments.” The new trailer for Experimenter gives us a peek inside the mind of the provocative experimenter himself.
Spring has officially sprung for Netflix, and with Daredevil's red suit (accidentally) in bloom, so comes a first look at the next hotly-anticipated premiere. The Litchfield ladies are back and fighting more than ever in the first official trailer and photos of Orange is the New Black Season 3!
A few weeks ago 'Orange is the New Black' fans were excited to learn that star Taryn Manning (Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Doggett) has been upgraded to series regular for season 2, despite the season 1 ending that left her character's fate somewhat unclear. Still unclear however, is the fate of co-star Laura Prepon, so what does Manning have to say of Prepon's potential exit, or her own arc in season 2?
Though the buzz from all Netflix original series dies down a bit once all episodes have been released, word of mouth and season 2 for 'Orange Is the New Black,' from 'Weeds' creator Jenji Kohan, remains strong. In addition to its early season 2 renewal, the women-in-prison drama has officially made its first major season 2 casting, bumping up an established character for a surprising promotion.