Orange is the New Black Season 4 has brought in new twists, new revelations and newer ways to tell the stories. Fans of the series also were thrilled upon knowing that the series will not end after the current season.
Season 4 will take the story further from where it ended in the last season. The Litchfield Penitentiary is now privatized, with political agendas and more.
“We start with political agendas, the corporatization of the prison, the stratification of people into their little mosaic groups,” said showrunner Jenji Kohan at the 2016 Winter TCA Press Tour, as quoted by iDigitalTimes. “We want it to be a surprise, but [you can expect] all the fun stuff like race and hate and some things from current events that we wanted to filter through our lens.”
The larger number of inmates doing their time in prison and the rivalry between groups are shown early on in the series, Business Insider reported.
Also, the good news for fans is that Orange is the New Black Season 4 won’t be the last season on the block. The comedy drama series has been renewed for three more seasons.
“Three more years! Not quite a political term, but still plenty of time to do some interesting things. In some cultures, ‘May you lead an interesting life,’ is a curse, but I don’t live in those cultures,” said Kohan in a statement.
Judy King, the cooking show host, was able to catch the attention of the inmates in the last season. Season 4 will now unfold her story before the inmates and the audiences inside the prison.
“I had a good beginning and now it gets even better,” Blair Brown, who portrayed Judy told Mashable. “It was odd in Season 3 to be going to work and not being with anybody. It was just the strangest thing.”