The cast of Orange Is the New Black is back at it again, this time singing a version of “Don’t Talk to Me” by Tre Coast ft. Lycia Faith. While Taylor Schilling and Laura Prepon kick it off, it’s Samira Wiley, with her soulful voice, that makes this easier on the ears.
From Comic-Con to the Sin City 2 premiere, your favorite celebs were definitely out and about all week. And they looked ultra-glamorous while going about their business! Whether it was Rosie Huntington-Whiteley‘s metallic skinny jeans or Jessica Alba‘s chic bandeau top (try popping out two kids and still being snatched enough to wear a bra in public), the stars pulled out all the fashion stops. Read more…
The contenders for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards have been announced, and we can’t help but pore over the picks from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. So who unexpectedly got tapped, and who majorly got snubbed?
Even though we’ve finished binge-watching season two of Orange Is The New Black, our obsession has yet to wane. Last week we trawled through Instagram to follow all our favorite OITNB stars, and this week we’re discovering things about them we previously never even imagined possible. The cast, being so diverse, definitely has a few secrets between them, and we’ve got the juiciest ones for you.
If you’re anything like us, you burned through season two of Orange Is The New Black at a pace you’re probably ashamed to admit. Although we’re firm believers that there’s 24 hours of prime OITNB viewing time in a day, and only 13 of those needed to watch the new season, we’re a little disappointed in our inability to stretch the show out over a longer period of time. What are we supposed to do now? In our overzealous excitement, we’ve left ourselves sadly OITNB-less for a full year, and all it took was one weekend.
One of the biggest shows (not) on TV right now has to be Orange Is the New Black. When the show returned with season 2 on June 6 all anyone could do was discuss the show and try not to spoil the Netflix series for each other. Thanks to the marathon appeal of the show, it’s easy to watch the entire series in one long weekend. But if there’s one complaint about the series — though not a serious one — is its large cast, which includes Taylor Schilling, Laura Prepon and Jason Biggs, that are sometimes hard to keep track of. While there are a number of newcomers on the show (Danielle Brooks, Yael Stone), the show boasts a huge roster of talent that has made its mark in Hollywood. From Star Trek: Voyager to Sister Act, these ladies in orange have appeared in just about everything that you loved and watched before, leaving you to ponder, “Where have I seen her before?”
Get your snacks and caffeinated beverages ready: Orange Is The New Black‘s second season is officially here! The Netflix original we and so many others became obsessed with last summer is back, bringing more from inside our favorite fictional women’s prison. Season 1 may have ended during the joyous holiday season, but the last time we saw Piper (Taylor Schilling) things weren’t so pretty: she was left out in the cold with hands stained by the blood of Pennsatucky (Taryn Manning). In other words, this can’t be good for her chances at a wedding.
It’s here! It’s finally here. The new trailer for Netflix’s hit series, Orange Is the New Black, hit the Internet today and teases a whole bunch of drama for season 2. While there has been a lot of drama leading up to the second season (is Laura Prepon returning? Who are the new inmates?) none of that matters now. All we care about is the first official look at the show, which promises to surpass the addictive nature of the debut season.
Orange Is The New Black is a show that tows the line between hilarious and heavy, but off-camera its actors always seem to be having a ball. And usually said ball involves dancing around in between takes a la Laverne Cox (Sophia) or watching Danielle Brooks (Taystee) take selfies.