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Season 3 of Orange is the New Black wasn’t exactly the most pressing or exciting season of TV that Netflix has ever delivered, but at least one story ended with a cliffhanger. Major spoilers are ahead for Season 3, so proceed with caution, just like you would throughout Litchfield.
I could spend a while talking about all the ways in which Netflix is a powerhouse of entertainment, so here's a list of the 10 best original series that Netflix has to offer, not counting imports like The Fallor series extensions like Arrested Development.
The animals. The animals. Trapped, trapped, trapped until someone gets hurt filming a sex scene. Apparently things got a little too rowdy during the taping of one particular fictional act of love on the latest season of Orange is the New Black.
Some TV viewers love binge-watching, while others can’t stand it, and we thankfully live in a time where everyone's desires can be met. But what about the creative minds behind the shows, like Orange is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan?
Although we’ve seen some footage from Orange is the New Black Season 3, details on the new season haven’t been incredibly forthcoming. Which is why it’s so exciting to announce that Jenji Kohan and co. have a brand new character planned for Season 3 of the Netflix series.
Today the subscription streaming service has stated that its hit prison-oriented drama, Orange is the New Black, will officially be returning for Season 4. That shows a lot of confidence in the dramedy, as Jenji Kohan’s series hasn’t even premiered its third season, yet.
I know that a year in prison is obviously a billion times more intense than a year of waiting for a TV show to come out, but dammit if it hasn’t been a struggle waiting for Netflix to bring Orange is the New Black back. Thankfully, the first full-length Season 3 trailer just dropped, and it’s one hell of an emotional roller coaster.
You can only swim, hike, tan and play baseball for so long before you need to take an hour off and relax indoors with your favorite show. Fortunately, we have a handy schedule of premiere dates to make that process easier. Here's our summer TV premiere schedule.
We’ve known for a short time that the TV Academy is changing up the Emmy’s categories this TV season. The new rule labels half-hour programs as comedies and hour-long programs as dramas. Anyone who has ever watched television should know that one size fits all approach doesn’t really work.
Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
There’s great news for fans of Netflix today. Netflix released its list of summer premieres, and fans of the upcoming Wet Hot American Summer TV series should be super pleased to see the upcoming series on the schedule among a few other big shows.
There are a ton of brand new programs slated to premiere. From the former NBC project Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to the first of Netflix’s Marvel offerings, there’s a lot to look forward to. So, without further ado, here is Netflix’s premiere schedule for the next several months.
With Orange is the New Black, Netflix has one of the most enjoyable and talented ensemble casts currently on the small screen. Unfortunately, the show will be losing another one of its characters by the time Season 3 rolls around.
Laverne Cox has become one of the more dominant faces representing the incredibly popular Netflix series Orange is the New Black. And beyond the strides she’s made in LGBT awareness, Cox’s acting chops have become increasingly impressive over the last two seasons, so much so that other TV networks have noticed and the actress just scored a co-starring role in CBS Drama pilot Doubt.
For Season 5, known as Archer: Vice, the squad took a year off of clandestine spy work to attempt to sell a vast amount of cocaine, which went about as well as viewers would expect. It was these crimes, as opposed to the plethora of other wrongdoings Archer & Co. are guilty of, that would have landed them behind bars. But it ultimately wasn't to be.