OITNB is starting to remind me of Friday Night Lights. But with more tackling.
Netflix goes to jail. WEIO watches.
Orange is the New Black, Season 2 Episode 4: “A Whole Other Hole” delves into Morello’s past, and examines how families are sometimes constructed. [Content note: Emotional abuse, genitalia, stalking.]
Orange is the New Black Season 2 Episode 3: “Hugs Can Be Deceiving” — We learn about alliances and opposition through Suzanne’s childhood backstory.
Orange Is the New Black season 2 episode 2 gives us a great taste of Taystee. And absolutely no Piper. There is a little Larry, but it’s not terrible.
We conclude our coverage of Season 3 of the Austin Television Experience. What changes can we hope for in Season 4 of ATX?
Orange is the New Black’s Season 2 debut finds Piper Chapman facing consequences. Ryan wonders whether it’s enough.
Tread lightly, Austin Television Experience visitors: there be spoilers ahead. Let’s talk about them!
Orange is the New Black season two debuted this morning and kicked off the Friday screenings at the Austin Television Experience festival.
Ladder dances would be a *huge* boost to Orange Is The New Black’s watchability, no? Mooch thinks so. (Of course he does…)
Orange is the New Black‘s first season built itself on clichés and contrasts. Will Season 2 punch up, instead of down?