Orange Is the New Black


Orange is the New Black (sometimes abbreviated to OITNB ) is an American comedy-drama web television series created by Jenji Kohan . [1] [2] The series is based onPiper Kerman’s memoir, Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison (2010), about her experiences at FCI Danbury , a minimum-security federal prison . Orange is the New Black premiered on July 11, 2013 on the Netflix streaming service . [3] In February 2016, the series was renewed for a fifth, sixth, and seventh season.

Orange Is the New Black HAS Become Netflix’s most-watched original series. [4] [6] It has received critical acclaim and many accolades. For its first season, the series garnered 12 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series , Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series , and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series , winning three. A new Emmy rule in 2015 forced the series to change categories from comedy to drama. [7] For its second season, the series received Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Drama Series , and Uzo Aduba won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series . Orange Is the New Black is the first series to score Emmy nominations in Both comedy and drama categories. [8] The series has also received six Golden Globe nominations, six Writers Guild of America Award nominations, a Producers Guild of America Award , an American Film Institute award, and a Peabody Award .

Plot

Main article: List of Orange Is the New Black episodes
Season Episodes Originally released
1 13 July 11, 2013
2 13 June 6, 2014
3 13 June 11, 2015
4 13 June 17, 2016
5 13 June 9, 2017

The series revolves around Piper Chapman ( Taylor Schilling ), a woman in her 30s living in New York City who is condamné to 15 months in Litchfield Penitentiary, a minimum-security women’s federal prison, (INITIALLY operated by the “Federal Department of Corrections,” A fictional version of the Federal Bureau of Prisons , and later acquired by Management & Correction Corporation (MCC), a private prison company in upstate New York . Piper HAD beens Convicted of Transporting a suitcase full of drug money for her then-girlfriend Alex Vause ( Laura Prepon ), International year drug smuggler . The offense had occurred 10 years prior to the start of the series and in that time Piper had moved on to a quiet, law-abiding life among New York’s upper middle class . Her sudden and unexpected indictment severely disrupted her relationships with her fiancé, family and friends.

In prison, Piper is reunited with Alex (who named Piper in her trial, resulting in Piper’s arrest) and they re-examine their relationship. Simultaneously, Piper must learn how to survive in prison, and how to overcome its numerous, inherent struggles. Episodes often feature flashbacks of significant events from various inmates ‘and prison guards’ pasts. These flashbacks typically explain how the inmate cam to be in prison, or otherwise further develop the character’s backstory .

The show also pays close attention to how instances of corruption, drug smuggling, funding cuts, overcrowding and guard brutality adversely impact not only the prisoners’ health and well-being, but also the prison’s basic ability to fulfill its fundamental responsibilities and ethical obligations A federal corrections institution. One of the show’s key conflicts Involves the jail’s Director of Human Activities, Joe Caputo, Whose efforts and AIMS as a warden Constantly conflict with the business interests of CMC, the facility qui Acquired When It Was about to be shut down.

Cast and characters

Main article: List of Orange Is the New Black characters

Main cast

  • Taylor Schilling as Piper Chapman , inmate
  • Laura Prepon as Alex Vause , inmate
  • Michael Harney as Sam Healy, correctional officer [a]
  • Michelle Hurst as Miss Claudette Pelage, inmate (season 1)
  • Kate Mulgrew as Galina “Red” Reznikov, inmate
  • Jason Biggs as Larry Bloom, Piper’s fiancé (season 1-2, guest season 5)
  • Uzo Aduba as Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren , inmate
  • Danielle Brooks as Tasha “Taystee” Jefferson, inmate
  • Natasha Lyonnais as Nicky Nichols , inmate
  • Taryn Manning as Tiffany “Pennsatucky” Doggett , inmate
  • Selenis Leyva as Gloria Mendoza, inmate
  • Adrienne C. Moore as Cindy “Black Cindy” Hayes, inmate
  • Dascha Polanco as Dayanara “Daya” Diaz, inmate
  • Nick Sandow as Joe Caputo, Director of Human Activities, later Warden
  • Yael Stone as Lorna Morello , inmate
  • Samira Wiley as Poussey Washington, inmate (seasons 1-4, guest season 5)
  • Jackie Cruz as Marisol “Flaca” Gonzales, inmate
  • Lea DeLaria as Carrie “Big Boo” Black, inmate
  • Elizabeth Rodriguez as Aleida Diaz, form inmate
  • Jessica Pimentel as Maria Ruiz, inmate

Recurring cast

Main article: List of recurring Orange Is the New Black characters

Inmates

  • Laverne Cox as Sophia Burset
  • Annie Golden as Norma Romano
  • Laura Gómez as Blanca Flores
  • Diane Guerrero as Maritza Ramos
  • Vicky Jeudy as Janae Watson
  • Julie Lake as Angie Rice
  • Emma Myles as Leanne Taylor
  • Abigail Savage as Gina Murphy
  • Constance Shulman as Erica “Yoga” Jones
  • Lori Tan Chinn as Mei Chang
  • Tamara Torres as Gerrman “Weeping Woman”
  • Lin Tucci as Anita DeMarco
  • Beth Fowler as Sister Jane Ingalls (seasons 1-4)
  • Barbara Rosenblat as Rosa “Miss Rosa” Cisneros (seasons 1-2, guest season 3)
  • Madeline Brewer as Tricia Miller (season 1)
  • Kimiko Glenn as Brook Soso (season 2-present)
  • Dale Soules as Frieda Berlin (season 2-present)
  • Lori Petty as Lolly Whitehill (seasons 2-4)
  • Lorraine Toussaint as Yvonne “Vee” Parker (season 2)
  • Emily Althaus as Maureen Kukudio (season 3-present)
  • Blair Brown as Judy King (season 3-present)
  • Ruby Rose as Stella Carlin (seasons 3-4)
  • Rosal Colon as Carmen “Ouija” Aziza (season 4-present)
  • Francesca Curran as Helen Van Maele (season 4-present)
  • Daniella De Jesus as “Zirconia” Cabrera (season 4-present)
  • Asia Kate Dillon as Brandy Epps (season 4-present)
  • Shannon Esper as Alana Dwight (season 4-present)
  • Arianda Fernandez as Michelle Carreras (season 4-present)
  • Kelly Karbacz as Kasey Sankey (season 4-present)
  • Miriam Morales as Ramona “Pidge” Contreras (season 4-present)
  • Jolene Purdy as Stephanie Hapakuka (season 4-present)
  • Amanda Stephen as Alison Abdullah (season 4-present)

Staff

  • Catherine Curtin as Wanda Bell
  • Joel Marsh Garland as Scott O’Neill
  • Matt Peters as Joel Luschek
  • Alysia Reiner as Natalie “Fig” Figueroa
  • Brendan Burke as Wade Donaldson (seasons 1-4)
  • Lolita Foster as Eliqua Maxwell (seasons 1-3)
  • Germar Terrell Gardner as Charles Ford (seasons 1-3)
  • Matt McGorry as John Bennett (seasons 1-3)
  • Pablo Schreiber as George “Pornstache” Mendez (seasons 1-3, guest season 5)
  • Lauren Lapkus as Susan Fischer (seasons 1-2)
  • Alan Aisenberg as Baxter “Gerber” Bayley (season 3-present)
  • Beth Dover as Linda Ferguson / “Amelia Von Barlow” (season 3-present)
  • Jimmy Gary Jr. as Felix Rikerson (season 3-present)
  • James McMenamin as Charlie “Donuts” Coates (season 3-present)
  • Mike Birbiglia as Danny Pearson (seasons 3-4)
  • Marsha Stephanie Blake as Berdie Rogers (season 3)
  • Nick Dillenburg as Ryder Blake (season 4-present)
  • Evan Arthur Hall as Stratman (season 4-present)
  • Mike Houston as Lee Dixon (season 4-present)
  • Brad William Henke as Desi Piscatella (seasons 4-5)
  • John Palladino as Josh (season 4-present)
  • Emily Tarver as Artesian McCullough (season 4-present)
  • Michael Torpey as Thomas “Humps” Humphrey (seasons 4-5)

Others

  • Michael Chernus as Cal Chapman (seasons 1-4)
  • Tanya Wright as Crystal Burset (seasons 1-4)
  • Tracee Chimo as Neri Feldman (seasons 1-3)
  • Berto Colon as Cesar (seasons 1-3, 5)
  • Deborah Rush as Carol Chapman (Seasons 1-3, 5)
  • Maria Dizzia as Polly Harper (seasons 1-2)
  • Ian Paola as Yadriel (season 2-present)
  • John Magaro as Vince Muccio (season 3-present)
  • Mary Steenburgen as Delia Powell-Mendez (season 3, guest season 5)

Production

The show cast at The Paley Center For Media’s PaleyFest 2014 event honoring the show

Show creator Jenji Kohan read Piper Kerman’s memoir after a friend sent it to her. Kerman is a singer-songwriter and singer-songwriter. She plays with Kerman on her TV series. This appealed to Kerman as it was a fan and she signed off on the adaptation. [9] Piper Chapman, as a ” trojan horse ” for the series, allowing him to focus on which characters would not normally be represented on TV. [10]

In July 2011, it was revealed that Netflix was in negotiations with Lionsgate for a 13-episode TV adaptation of Kerman’s memoirs with Kohan as creator. [11] In November 2011, negotiations were finalized and the series had been greenlit . [12] Casting announcements Began in August 2012 with Taylor Schilling , the first to be cast, in the lead role as Piper Chapman, [13] Followed by Jason Biggs as Piper’s fiancé Larry Bloom. [14]

Laura Prepon and Yael Stone were next to join the series. [2] Abigail Savage , who plays Gina, and Alysia Reiner , who plays Fig, had auditioned for Alex Vause’s role. [9] [15]Prepon initially auditioned for Piper Chapman, [16] however Kohan felt she would not worry about her, noting a “toughness and a presence to her that was not right for the character.” Kohan instead gave her the role of Alex. [9] Stone had originally auditioned for the role of Nicky Nichols, but she was not considered “tough enough” for the character; [17] she was asked to audition for Lorna Morello instead. [18] Likability was important for Morello, who casting director Jen Euston deemed “a very helpful, nice, sweet Italian girl.” [18] Laverne Cox , a black transgender woman, was cast as Sophia Burset, a transgender character. The Advocate touted Orange Is the New Black as the first women-in-prison narrative to cast a transgender woman for this type of role. [19] Natasha Lyonne was audition for Alex, Nicky Nichols; “[Kohan knew] she could do Nicky with her eyes closed.” She was perfect, “said Euston. [18] Uzo Aduba read for the part of Janae Watson but was offered the character Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren. [18] [20] Taryn Manning was offered the role of Tiffany’s “Pennsatucky” Doggett. [18] This American Life host Ira GlassWas offert a role as a public radio host , he Declined goal. The role INSTEAD Went to Robert Stanton , Who plays the fictional host Maury Kind. [21] Who plays the fictional host Maury Kind. [21] Who plays the fictional host Maury Kind. [21]

The series is set in a fictional prison in Litchfield, New York , which is a real town in upstate New York, but it does not have a federal penitentiary. [22] The series begins filming in the old Rockland Children’s Psychiatric Center in Rockland County, New York , on March 7, 2013. [23] The title sequence features female prisoners including Kerman herself. [24]

On June 27, 2013, Netflix releases the show for a second season consisting of 13 episodes. [25] For the second season, Uzo Aduba, Taryn Manning, Danielle Brooks, and Natasha Lyonne were promoted to series regulars. [26] Laura Prepon is a regular, seasoned, and seasoned writer. [27] On May 5, 2014, the series was renewed for a third season, as revealed by actress Laura Prepon. Selenis Leyva, Adrienne C. Moore, Dascha Polanco, Nick Sandow, Yael Stone, and Samira Wiley. [28] For the third season, several actors were promoted to series regulars. [29] Both Jason Biggs and Pablo Schreiber were confirmed as not returning for the third season, but Schreiber appeared in the 10th episode of the third season. [30] [31] [32] The series was renewed for a fourth season on April 15, 2015, prior to its third-season premiere. [33] [34] For the fourth season, Jackie Cruz and Lea DeLaria were promoted to series regulars; With Elizabeth Rodriguez also being promoted by the season’s sixth episode. [35] On February 5, 2016, the series was renewed for a fifth, sixth and seventh season. [4] [30] [31] [32] The series was renewed for a fourth season on April 15, 2015, prior to its third-season premiere. [33] [34] For the fourth season, Jackie Cruz and Lea DeLaria were promoted to series regulars; With Elizabeth Rodriguez also being promoted by the season’s sixth episode. [35] On February 5, 2016, the series was renewed for a fifth, sixth and seventh season. [4] [30] [31] [32] The series was renewed for a fourth season on April 15, 2015, prior to its third-season premiere. [33] [34] For the fourth season, Jackie Cruz and Lea DeLaria were promoted to series regulars; With Elizabeth Rodriguez also being promoted by the season’s sixth episode. [35] On February 5, 2016, the series was renewed for a fifth, sixth and seventh season. [4] Sixth and seventh season. [4] Sixth and seventh season. [4]

Reception

Critical response

Members of the cast and crew with their Peabody Award , May 2014

Orange Is the New Black HAS RECEIVED critical acclaim, PARTICULARLY Praised for Humanizing prisoners [36] [37] and for ict depiction of race, sexuality, gender and body type. [38]

The first season received positive reviews from critics, review aggregator Metacritic given to a weighted average of 79 out of 100 based on 32 critics, indicating favorable reviews. [39] On Rotten Tomatoes , season one has a 93% approval rating based on 40 reviews, with an average rating of 8.2 out of 10. The site’s critical consensus is ” Orange is the New Black is a sharp mix of black humor and dramatic heft, with interesting characters and an intriguing flashback structure.” [40]

Hank Stuever, television critic for The Washington Post , gave Orange Is the New Black a perfect score. In his review of the series, he stated: “In Jenji Kohan’s magnificent and thoroughly engrossing new series, Orange is the New Black , prison is still the pits. Which is a vividly to life in a world where a stick of gum could ignite either a romance or a death threat. ” [41] Maureen Ryan, of The Huffington Post , wrote: ” Orange is one of the best new programs of the year, and the six episodes I’ve seen hungry to see more.” [42]

The second season also received critical acclaim. Rotten Tomatoes rated a 98%, with an average rating of 9.1 out of 10 based on 42 reviews. The website’s critical consensus reads: “With a talented ensemble cast Bringing life to a fresh round of serial drama, Orange Is the New Black’s sophomore season lives up to icts predecessor’s standard for female-led television excellence. [43] Metacritic gave the second season A score of 89 out of 100 based on 31 critics, indicating “universal acclaim.” [44] David Wiegland of the San Francisco Chronicle Gave the season a positive review, calling the first six episodes ” Purpose arguably better. ” [45]

The third season received critical acclaim. On Metacritic, it has a score of 83 out of 100 based on 24 reviews. [46] On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a 96% rating with an average score of 8.2 out of 10 based on 53 reviews. The site’s critical consensus reads: “Thanks to its blend of potent comedy and rich character work, Orange is the New Black remains a bittersweet pleasure in its third season.” [47]

The fourth season received critical acclaim. On Metacritic, it has a score of 86 out of 100 based on 19 reviews. [48] On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a 95% rating with an average score of 8.6 out of 10 based on 39 reviews. The site’s critical consensus reads: ” Orange is the New Black is back and better than ever, with a powerful fourth season full of compelling performances by the cast ensemble.” [49] James Poniewozik of ” The New York Times ” The Four Seasons of the New York Times Unknown, by the last, it’s the series’ best. ” [50]

The fifth season has positive reviews from critics. On Metacritic, it has a score of 67 out of 100 based on 20 reviews. [51] On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a 76% rating with an average score of 7.47 out of 10 based on 33 reviews. [52]

Accolades

Main article: List of accolades

Orange Is the New Black has received many accolades since its debut. The series has garnered 16 Emmy Award nominations and four wins. For its first season, it received 12 Emmy Award nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series , Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series , and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series , winning three. [53] Taylor Schilling received a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama . [54] In 2013, the American Film Institute selected the series as one of the Top 10 Television Programs of the Year. [55]

A new Emmy rule in 2015, classifying half-hour shows as comedies and dramas, forced the series to change categories from comedy to drama for its second season. [56] That year, the series received four Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Drama Series , and Aduba won her second Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series . [53] Orange Is the New Black est devenu the first series recevoir Emmy nominations in Both comedy and drama categories. [57] For its second season, the series also received three Golden Globe Award nominations: Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy , Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy for Schilling, And Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film for Aduba. At the 21st Screen Actors’ Guild Awards , the series won an Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series and Aduba won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series . [58]

For the Third Season, Orange Is The New Black Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by An Ensemble in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series(Aduba). [59] It received a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy. [54] The series has also received, among other accolades, six writers Guild of America Award nominations, [60]five Satellite Awards , [61] [62] Four Critics’ Choice Television Awards , [63] [64] a GLAAD Media Award , [65] an American Cinema Editors Award , [66] a Producers Guild of America Award , [67] and a Peabody Award . [68]

Broadcast

Netflix is ​​famously tight-fisted when it comes to offering up viewership data about its original series. This is the most recent edition of OITNB ‘s most watched original series. The Netflix eco-system has been backed up by the efforts of outside measurement companies.

– Variety [4]

The series began airing on television in New Zealand on TV2 on August 19, 2013. [69] It premiered in Australia on October 9, 2013, on Showcase . [70] The second season we Showcase Began on July 16, 2014, [71] and the third season premiered on June 11, 2015. [72] The first season Began airing television is broadcast in the UKis Sony Channel from April 19, 2017. [73]

In April 2017, it was reported that a cybercriminal had the first ten episodes of the fifth season in a security breach of a post-production company. Netflix failed to respond to ransom requests, and the cybercriminal leaked the episodes online. Netflix confirmed the security breach and an ongoing investigation by federal law enforcement. [74] [75] Multichannel News Reported for the series. It was also said that the leak would likely cause a decrease in demand for the fifth season when Netflix releases it in June. [76]

Ratings

Orange Is the New Black generated more viewers and hours viewed in icts first week than the other Netflix original series House of Cards and Arrested Development . [77] [78] In October 2013, Netflix stated that the show is a “tremendous success” for the streaming platform. “It will end the year as well as the most watched original series ever, and with each of our other previously unreleased originals, enjoying a comparable audience with successful TV shows.” [79] [80] As reported in February 2016, Orange Is the New Black Remains Netflix’s most-watched original series. [4] [6] [81] In 2016, a New York Times study of the 50 TV shows with The Most Facebook Likes found That Orange Is the New Black is one of the shows Most Watched in urban areas , and DESPITE its “minority-rich ensemble cast,” the series “Appeals more to A white hearing. ” [82]

Notes

  1. Jump up^ Michael J. Harney was credited as a cast for season 5 but did not make a single appearance.

See also

  • Incarceration of women in the United States
  • Prison-industrial complex
  • Women in Prison (1987)
  • List of dramatic television series with LGBT characters
  • List of LGBT characters in television and radio

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