“It’s very different heah. These girls are psychos,” Lorna says in the Season 6 trailer for Orange Is the New Black. Oh yes, that’s right, there was a riot, Litchfield got destroyed, and now there’s a new corrupt prison in town. In Season 6, the inmates relocate to maximum security post-riot, which means they are not…
Variety reported on Saturday that an anonymous hacker or group of hackers, operating under the name The Dark Overlord, shared the first 10 episodes of Orange Is the New Black’s unreleased fifth season on file-sharing site the Pirate Bay after Netflix allegedly failed to respond to their extortionist demands.
It looks like the fifth season of Orange Is The New Black will waste no time in plopping us right back into the action, if this teaser for the fifth season (via Vulture) is any indication.
Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli, who met on the set of Orange Is The New Black, got married Saturday afternoon in Palm Springs.
Former resident of Alderson Federal Prison and Facebook Live master Martha Stewart was a guest on Wednesday’s episode of Chelsea Handler’s talk show Chelsea, and one of the topics the two women discuss (behind a coffee table inexplicably covered in apples) is another Netflix property, Orange Is the New Black.
Netflix’s hero series Orange Is the New Black, a show that doesn’t just revolve around white people, will continue for at least three more seasons. Can Piper please not be in one of them?
Taystee, Suzanne, Boo, and all your other Orange Is the New Black favorites have arrived to deliver their own Litchfield version of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas—which naturally includes looting, vibrating screwdrivers, and prison riots.
Actress Dascha Polanco, made famous by her role as Dayanara Diaz on Orange Is the New Black, now faces actual charges for allegedly punching a teenage girl in July.
We’re clear on which Orange Is the New Black characters we’d hang with IRL: Poussey, Taystee and Nicky are unequivocally at the top. But who’s worth risking 25 to life on a crime spree?
Perhaps you’ve noticed that a magical bird of the internet dropped Season Three of Orange is the New Black a little early Thursday night, and perhaps you have already watched the entirety of the series. (If so: go to bed.)
We want to believe our most intimate friendships are inevitable. A bond so essential couldn’t be tethered to circumstance, could it? In a different context, surely our best friends would share with us the same vital companionship; in a different kind of muck, among different haters, we’d stumble onto common ground.
So many things happened at the Time 100 Gala, including the spilling of a juicy detail regarding the upcoming season of Orange is the New Black. Jenji Kohan, the show’s creator, said there will be a Martha Stewart-inspired character introduced as one of Litchfield’s new inmates.
Orange Is the New Black’s season three is nearly upon us and in the real world, the alleged drug lord that Piper Chapman and Alex Vause smuggled drugs for was just elected senator in Nigeria.
Orange Is the New Black is nearly back and Netflix just released a new trailer for season three, which drops on June 12. Ten seconds in, Cindy, Taystee and Poussey are rapping, Pennsatucky is a friendly guide for transfers and Sophia makes Big Boo look like Donna Reed. It’s madness, the funnest kind of madness. Oh,…
There's a new Orange Is the New Black inmate coming and she's into vials of her fiancé's blood and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory—I'm assuming. Ruby Rose joins the Netflix show's third season and she's engaged to Roald Dahl's granddaughter, Phoebe Dahl, in real life.
You can practically feel the Internet powering down as we careen toward Christmas. So there's really no better time for the cast of Orange Is the New Black to release their very own take on "The 12 Days of Christmas," rewritten for Litchfield. (Via Decider.) Fuck it, let's go stare at some blinking (MULTICOLORED)…
As previously established, Teresa Giudice is headed to the Danbury, Connecticut prison that Piper Kerman, the author of Orange Is the New Black, spent her time incarcerated in. And since they're set on giving you news you can use, TMZ wants you to know that Teresa will not be getting frisky with anyone at Danbury "AND…
Cleary Wolters, the woman who viewers know as the inspiration for Alex on Netflix's Orange is the New Black, is now writing a book about her life.
Hello television binge-watcher. Why don't you have a seat? The stars of your favorite shows are here, and they're concerned about your TV habits. This is an intervention.
Orange Is the New Black, the prison dramedy based on the memoir of Piper Kerman, is a very good show. When you consider its focus on women —particularly those who are trans or non-white or have been made voiceless by the punitive system — you might even call it groundbreaking. But in spite of all that, one male fan…