Alison Brie has signed on to another Netflix show in addition to voicing Diane Nguyen on BoJack Horseman.
In its infancy, Orange Is the New Black was the story of Piper Chapman, a narcissistic white woman thrown into a prison complex that seemingly erased privilege. It didn’t take long for the series to reveal itself as less about the chronicles of Piper—the show’s obnoxious nucleus—and more as a tragic saga about the…
Coming to Netflix: A series loosely based upon the fascinating 1980s phenomenon of the TV show G.L.O.W., Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, which combined women’s wrestling with comedy skits and an aesthetic sensibility that can only be described as wildly specific. It was, after all, the ’80s.
You’re done binge-watching Orange is the New Black Season Three, right? Right.
We are just 22 days away from from the premiere of the third season of Orange Is the New Black and the beginning of an amazing weekend spent ravenously consuming 14 episodes as if the fate of the world depended on it.
The more details that come out about Jenji Kohan's witch drama The Devil You Know, the better it sounds. Among those cast so far are Eddie Izzard, Karen Gillan and, most recently, Zawe Ashton, best known as the charmingly slobbish Vod on Channel 4's Fresh Meat.
About their approach to art, anyway. All was revealed at the New Yorker Festival, of course, where all the serious beefs go down.
An ex-con reviewed Orange Is The New Black and it’s hilariously refreshing. Her first obvious note is that the show is more Blossom than Lockup, where guards act like exasperated dads instead of strangers paid to rule your life.
Because she wasn't done delighting fans of weed and...prison?, Jenji Kohan, the creator of Weeds and Orange is the New Black is now working on a "provocative period drama" for HBO about...Salem witches!
If you’ve already gorged yourself on Netflix’s new mega-popular original series Orange Is the New Black, you know why the show has been the darling of TV critics for the last several weeks — it offers something a little different from even the well-produced cable drama, a format dominated by Tony Soprano antihero…
Jenji Kohan was on Fresh Air today talking about how she is able to tell stories about black and Latina women on Orange Is the New Black because of Piper's whiteness:
If you haven’t had the time to binge watch all of Orange Is the New Black yet, I won’t ruin it for you...except for the part about alien space monsters. Didn’t see that coming at all, did you? But seriously — if you haven’t watched the show and don’t want to learn how badass Sister Ingalls, the pacifist nun, or any…
Jenji Kohan, the delightful mind behind Nancy Botwin, El Andy, and that animal-loving Mexican cartel enforcer from Seasons 4 and 5 of Weeds, has created a new show for Netflix called Orange Is the New Black, an adaptation of Piper Kerman’s best-selling memoir. Are you excited? Or did the last few seasons of Weeds…