It’s a brave new world for the 2017 Emmy awards with Game of Thrones and others sitting this year out. The big announcement is finally here, as presented by Veep star Anna Chlumsky and Criminal Minds veteran Shemar Moore, so let’s find out what we’re all angry about/celebrating this year at the Emmys!
We still don’t know for sure whether Orange Is the New Black begins with as big a bang in Season 5 as we left, but Litchfield is ready to explode all the same. See for yourself, as the inmates stand up and take over in the first full trailer for Season 5, along with new photos.
Surprised though we were to learn that Orange Is the New Black Season 5 would take place over a condensed timeline, our first extended look is even more urgent. Check back in on that finale cliffhanger with a new Season 5 clip, and see the first photos!
Netflix continually pulls at the thread of movie-TV distribution, between bottomless budgets for original series and ongoing movies and comedy specials, and may yet investigate a new avenue for content. Sources report that Netflix is toying with the idea of certain productions filming multiple outcomes, so as to allow viewers to choose their own stories.
Netflix has made unexpected habit of pushing back release dates for its returning favorites, but not Orange Is the New Black. Our three-day return sentence to Litchfield is officially set to begin in June, so there’s no need to riot.
Orange Is the New Black Season 4 left us on a more immediate cliffhanger than we’re used to, and it seems Season 5 won’t be losing that level of intensity. Star Danielle Brooks claims the whole of Season 5 will unfurl over just a few days; presumably picking up with the in-progress riot of Season 4.
It’s not quite a streaming service hooked up to your eyeballs, but if there’s one thing Netflix subscribers have clamored for, its the ability to watch TV and movies on occasions where internet connections aren’t explicitly available. So it is, that Netflix will now let viewers download its programs at no extra cost.