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Based on the U.S. best-selling memoir by Piper Kerman, “Orange Is the New Black” is a comedic drama set in a women’s prison that tells the story of engaged Brooklyn-ite Piper Chapman, whose decade-old relationship with drug-runner Alex results in her arrest and year-long detention in a federal penitentiary.

To pay her debt to society, Piper must trade her comfortable New York life with fiance Larry for an orange prison jumpsuit and a baffling prison culture where she is forced to question everything she believes and form unexpected new alliances with a group of eccentric and outspoken inmates.

Where Did We Leave the Litchfield Prisoners? When everything faded to orange at the end of Season 2, Litchfield was on lockdown after Vee escaped through the trafficking spot in the greenhouse. Of course, most of the people inside were happy to see the manipulative and domineering Vee get the hell out of Dodge, and they’d have been even happier to know that the terminally ill Rosa, whom Morello allows to escape with the escort van, ran Vee down as she was presumably about to go into hitchhiker mode. Rosa is finally happy now, if not completely at peace, and Vee is (hopefully) dead on the side of the road with blood leaking from her nose. There’s always the chance that she’s still alive, but her arc here is complete, and Jenji Kohan would do fine to let that chapter end.

Meanwhile, inside the prison, Piper was not quite still seething at the budding relationship between former fiancé Larry and former best friend Polly, but mostly because she had a hand in getting her lesbian lover/friend/enemy Alex back into Litchfield. Alex, meanwhile, wasn’t too pleased to realize that her time as a relatively free woman was coming to a jumpsuit-filled end.

Taystee, Black Cindy, Jenae and Poussey were all very happy to finally be free of Vee’s psychotic matriarchy, while Crazy Eyes was mourning the loss of the one person in the prison who understood her and cared for her. (While also playing super evil mind games with her, but that went over Crazy Eyes’ head.) Big Boo and Nicky came to something of a mutual understanding that they’ll be holding onto Vee’s former heroin stash for their own side gig next season. Sister Ingalls ended her hunger strike. Soso finally came to the understanding that prison sucks and changes people. Red was still on the mend from getting whacked with the lock-in-a-sock, although her face looked even more like a bacteria warzone by the end. And Pennsatucky still doesn’t have any friends; not even Healy anymore.

  • Widescreen (Enhanced)
  • Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • featurettes
  • audio commentary


Nominated for 16 PRIMETIME Emmy Awards

“As gripping as it is funny, Orange is the New Black has become one of the most forward-thinking and revolutionary shows on television in just two years’ time.” – ROLLING STONE

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