Former Inmate Talks About ‘Orange Is The New Black’

Former Inmate Talks About ‘Orange Is The New Black’
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“Orange is the New Black,” which is more of a comedy TV series, turned to drama in season 3. The story of the prisoners and their real-life problem is depicted in the TV series. The show has already been finalized for season 4, but before we move ahead for more drama in “Orange is the New Black” season 4, let’s check what the final episode had promised last season.


The last scene where the prisoners ran with the spirit of abundance was shot two days in the October last year. The prisoners ran not to escape but to enjoy the lake. The scene represents the pleasure the inmates share with each other, especially the females.

The story of “Orange is the New Black” raised a lot of questions about society. Some people would eventually say that it is not real and not believable. When Pop Sugar asked a former inmate how it really feels to be in prison, she said, “I do want to say something from the onset, that I think the writers of Orange Is the New Black got right: a lot of people who go to jail, especially women, cry all night the first night. They do mention that on the show and I found that to be true.”

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The inmate who served at a correctional facility in San Mateo, CA in the ’90s, said, “It’s true that in jail there is a pecking order. Some people, which I was surprised to hear, couldn’t wait to get to prison because they felt county jail was beneath them. I thought that was odd, but for them, that was their wish.”

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With “Orange is the New Black” gearing up for season 4, fans are eager to find out what’s in store. Don’t worry, as we have taken the task to keep you updated.

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