'Orange Is The New Black' Season 6 Takes It To The Max

The First Trailer For ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season Six Shows Life In Max

The First Trailer For ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season Six Shows Life In Max

Created by Jenji Kohan and based on Piper Kerman's memoir of the same name, Orange is the New Black has garnered 12 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, and won three.

The trailer for the sixth season of Orange Is the New Black has arrived, putting the show's stars behind new bars.

And there's an investigation underway stemming from the riot last season but it looks like the Litchfield Ladies aren't going to snitch on any of their own. Well, for starters there will probably be plenty of cliffhangers. It's a fair expectation for that to be resolved in season six.

We don't know, you guys... If you thought Orange couldn't go darker, you were wrong - not only does this new season look even more claustrophobic than those that came before (guess our ladies don't have many "going outside" privileges), but it has the biting edge that we haven't seen since the Vee-driven storytelling from way back in season 2.


At the end of season five, Orange Is The New Black hit a bit of a reset button.

Orange Is the New Black returns for Season 6 Friday, July 27 on Netflix. Orange is the New Black changes things up dramatically by moving the Litchfield ladies out of Litchfield and dumping them in maximum security. The trailer also confirms that Daya (Dascha Polanco), who left Season 5 early, is in maximum security for starting the riot. The women have to start from the bottom and have to navigate new rules and power dynamics, getting hazed by inmates and tortured by guards.

The women face all sorts of pressure including dealing with new gangs, alliances, and the Litchfield authorities. Will they take plea deals and turn on each other or band together and keep their bonds intact?

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