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Based on the memoir by Piper Kerman entitled "Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison," this Original Comedy from Jenji Kohan centers on a woman convicted of money laundering and drug trafficking. Starring Taylor Schilling, Kate Mulgrew, Jason Biggs.

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2 Seasons, 26 Episodes
Comedy, Crime, Web Originals
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Orange is the New Black Full Episode Guide

  • The futures of the inmates hang in the balance.

  • Tensions boil over as a prison power outage forces several issues to surface; Piper finds herself compromised and is forced to think on her feet.

  • Piper is stunned when her status is changed; Soso’s hunger strike attracts religious support.

  • The guards get tougher in a bid to turn up prison contraband; a big, lingering secret is finally revealed.

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Netflix Announces Premiere Dates for 'Orange Is the New Black,' 'Wet Hot American Summer' Prequel and More

Get your shower slippers ready, because Netflix has announced the premiere date for "Orange Is the New Black" season three! The announcement came today as the company revealed premiere dates for a number of upcoming releases, including the "Wet Hot American Summer" prequel series and "Sense8" from the Wachowskis, creators of "The Matrix." Here's where all the shows and specials announced today will premiere: "Chris D'Elia: Incorrigable" (comedy special): April 17 "Jen Kirkman: I'm Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine)" (comedy special): May 22 "Sense8" (new series): June 5 "Orange Is the New Black" (returning series): June 12 "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day at Camp" (new series): June 17 "What Happened, Miss Simone?" (documentary): June 26 The "Wet Hot" series will act as a prequel to the movie, despite the movie having been made over a decade ago.

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New 'Orange is the New Black' Character Will Provide Love Triangle; Aussie Ruby Rose Cast in Role

Litchfield is about to get a new dose of drama. Model and DJ Ruby Rose announced in an interview with Elle magazine that she will be taking on a new role in the upcoming third season of "Orange is the New Black" on Netflix. According to Netflix, Rose will be playing "an inmate at Litchfield Federal Correctional Institution whose sarcastic sense of humor and captivating looks quickly draw the attention of some of Litchfield’s inmates." The Elle article adds that "some of Litchfield's inmates," in this situation, actually means Piper and Alex.

'Orange is the New Black': Watch the Inmates Sing '12 Days of Christmas' Litchfield-Style

It might be a while before we see new episodes of "Orange is the New Black," but that doesn't mean that Litchfield can't spread some Christmas cheer right now. The cast of the Netflix hit has released a very special version of "The 12 Days of Christmas," only this time everything is Litchfield Prison-themed. The video features the cast, in character, singing about the various things their bunkmates gave to them during their first days in prison. All the major players are there, including Piper, Alex, Taystee, Pennsatucky, Red and of course Crazy Eyes.

'Orange Is the New Black': [SPOILER] Won't Be In Season 3

We're not saying that season three of "Orange is the New Black" is going to be drama-free, but it should at least be a little less dangerous. Netflix has responded to rumors that Lorraine Toussaint (who played Vee) will be on season three of the hit show with very little left up to interpretation: Vee just isn't going to be in the third season. Interestingly, Netflix had to make the response following a report from TMZ that Toussaint was on the "Orange is the New Black" set, filming scenes for season three.

'Orange Is the New Black': Lori Petty Set for Larger Role in Season 3

Lolly might be coming to Litchfield! Lori Petty, who played a small role in the season two premiere of "Orange Is the New Black," is set to return to the show for season three...perhaps in an even bigger role. While at a launch party for her book, Pen and Ink, Petty mentioned that she had been at a long shoot for "OITNB" season three, and that she would be returning for even more filming the next day. She didn't say what role she was playing, but we would assume she's returning as Lolly.

'Grey's Anatomy' Channels 'Orange is the New Black' in Cast Photo!

Who says working on a television show is all work and no play? Depsite her recent delcaration that "Grey's Anatomy" is probably her last stop when it comes to acting, Ellen Pompeo took some time to goof off with fellow members from the show. In a photo she calls "Blue is the New Black," Pompeo poses with other membes of her crew, dressed up like the characters of "Orange is the New Black," a show she openly recommended "everyone" should watch.

'Orange is the New Black' Writer Leaves Husband, Dates Poussey

In May, "Orange is the New Black" writer Lauren Morelli came out to the world via an essay for Identities.Mic. In the essay, she explains that, although recently married, working on the Netflix original had given her insight into herself that she had ignored (or overlooked) previously. "I was nervous about the first love scene I'd written for Alex and Piper," Morelli wrote. "I'd loved writing it, loved watching a tenderness emerge in their relationship where passion always seemed to be the ruling principle, but by that time, I was so deep in my own self-doubt that I constantly felt like a fraud.

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Jason Biggs Apologizes for Tweeting Joke About Crashed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17

This might be the very definition of "too soon." Jason Biggs, known for his roles in the "American Pie" series and "Orange is the New Black," is facing some serious criticism after tweeting out a joke about the Malaysia Airlines flight that crashed today in Ukraine, killing all 295 people on board. "Anyone wanna buy my Malaysian Airlines frequent flier miles?" Biggs tweeted this morning at about 9:41am, very shortly after news broke about the crash.

Laverne Cox On Being First-Ever Transgender Emmy Nominee: 'I Honestly Can't Believe It'

Laverne Cox made history today...but we're not sure it's sunk in for her yet. The "Orange Is the New Black" actress became the first transgender person in history to earn an acting nomination at the Emmy Awards. Her nomination in the "Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series" category was announced this morning. "I absolutely dreamed about this," Cox told E! News in an interview today. "I dreamed big and wild my whole life. And getting an Emmy nomination is one of the dreams.

Laura Prepon Will be in Season 3 of 'Orange is the New Black'

Fans of the Netflix hit "Orange is the New Black" might have been concerned about the fate of a certain conniving character as they finished season two (probably the same day that they started it). Minor spoilers for those who haven't, unlike the rest of us, watched the entire season in one sitting. Alex Vause, played by "That 70's Show" actress Laura Prepon, left us wondering if she was going to make it out alive and well in season three, or disappear altogether.

Watch: Uzo Aduba Auditions for Every Role on 'Orange is the New Black'

There’s no question that Uzo Aduba nails the role of Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren on Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” but what if she’d landed a different role on the series? That’s a possibility that a new video from Funny or Die asks us to ponder, and if nothing else, the video makes it clear that Aduba would have been hilarious in any role on the show. In the short clip, Aduba warms up for her “audition” for the series and then launches into her take on virtually every character in the cast.

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