I mostly use Netflix for TV binging and late night sleep aids, but I’ve definitely taken advantage of the original series Orange is the New Black and House of Cards. It appears I could be in the minority on that front, at least according to a new polled study reported by research firm Centris Marketing Science.
Following up on the lengthy list of Emmy nominations that was announced today, we've picked over the choices the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences made with regards to the main categories, and we found quite a few reasons to applaud the nominees, and just as many reasons to to wave our fists and complain over the talented actors and outstanding TV shows that didn't make the cut this year.
Nominations for the 66th Emmy Awards will be announced today! Last year's list of nominees included Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, House of Cards, Girls and The Big Bang Theory, among others. Will those series make their way back onto the Outstanding Comedy and Drama list this time around?
Have you ever been in the middle of a TV show and caught sight of an actor or actress and wondered where you’d seen them before? Well if that happened to you while you were watching Netflix’s original series Orange is the New Black, chances are very high that every person you wondered about was involved with some iteration of Law & Order at one point in his or her career.
While some Orange is the New Black fans are surely trying to pace themselves, enjoying one episode at a time and trying to make all of that orange goodness last, some of us aren't quite as patient. By this point, fans who took the binge-watch route may have already made it through the second season, by which point we're ready to start talking about the third.
Orange is the New Black made its grand return for Season 2 last Friday on Netflix, and while the series was pirated quite a bit in its first couple of days -- especially by comparison to Season 1 -- from what's being reported, it still falls short of Netflix's more pirated drama House of Cards.
As unpredictable as a predator’s next move, Netflix’s surprise critical hit Orange is the New Black is off parole and back for a drama-filled Season 2. This is prison-issued binge watching material, but don’t let them find it in your bunk, or there might be hell to pay.
"Now the story of a wealthy girl who lost everything, and the one family who had no choice but to help her keep it together. It's Orange is the New Black. Ok, Netflix, that's a pretty genius way to remind us that Orange is the New Black returns this Friday. The only problem is, now I'm torn between watching Arrested Development or bing-watching at least the last few episodes of Orange is the New Black in preparation of Season 2.
With the widely acclaimed first season of the prison dramedy Orange is the New Black, Netflix once again proved itself capable of competing with the best of cable TV for riveting storytelling. And I’m pretty sure Season 2 is going to be even more extreme and uncompromising.
Orange is the New Black is set to begin streaming on Netflix on June 6, but more than a month ahead of the Season 2 premiere, word on the street is that Orange is the New Black is headed to the network for a third season. Here's some more early Season 3 news.
We still have a little while to wait for the second season of Orange is the New Black, however we're now close enough to the June 6 debut of Season 2 to start seeing footage. That includes a clip from the first episode, which gives us a look at what Taylor Schilling's character is up to when things get started. Spoilers (obviously) if you're not caught up through the first season of Orange is the New Black!
Orange is the New Black returns to Netflix for its second season in just a couple of months and today, Netflix released a two-minute trailer for the season, which gives us a glimpse of the drama and humor that await the prison-set series. For Piper Chapman, that involves a vow to behave like a model inmate. Think she'll manage to walk the walk?
Though details on season two were scant at the PaleyFest 2014 panel for Netflix series Orange is the New Black, we did get one detail: more. From cast additions to fleshed-out storylines, you're getting more of everything you loved about season one. "Season two is more. It's more; all the things, all the details we wanted to know more about," explained creator Jenji Kohan. Friday, June 6th — why must you be so very far away?
Netflix has Orange is the New Black set to premiere its second season on June 6, and following up on the countdown teaser, we now have a few stills from Season 2, including one which shows us Taylor Schilling's Piper Chapman very clearly up to something.
As some of us find ourselves glued to our TVs watching "just one more episode" of House of Cards' recently premiered second season -- unless you've already plowed all the way through it -- Netflix is lining up the second season of another anticipated returning series. Orange is the New BlackSeason 2 has a new teaser, along with an official premiere date. The series' full second season will arrive on Netflix on Friday, June 6, 2014.