Here's the Trailer for Season 6 of 'Orange Is the New Black'


Season 6 has transported all the cast from the relative comforts of a low security gaol to the much more serious and grim Litchfield Max, where all the rules are different, and the fluorescent lighting much harsher and grainier.

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Doctors were being cautious because of the infection risk and were isolating the boys in the hospital.Chiang Rai Gov. About 0.6 miles of the journey on Sunday was believed to be underwater, requiring the boys to wear full face masks.

Netflix has unveiled the first trailer for Season 6 of Orange Is the New Black, which picks up in the aftermath of last season's riot that rocked Litchfield Penitentiary. As we left season five, we saw the prisoners load buses to move to two new locations while 10 inmates were left behind, hidden in Frieda's bunker. Based on the trailer above, the new season picks up some time after that and we'll find most of the women in maximum security, a change that causes Suzanne (Uzo Aduba) quite a bit of anxiety in the promo. "My bunkie, she does four poops a day", Yael Stone" Lorna says in the trailer above. And she's right, she and her friends are definitely not in Kansas anymore. Suzanne declares, "Navigating adult female friendships is so complicated!" As the ten work to protect each other and those who were involved with the riot, it seems that the people conducting the investigation are going to work hard to break down those bonds in any way that they can.

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Officials said they were still working to locate the parents of numerous children, some of whom have been deported. For the other parents, I think there just hasn't been enough of an effort made to locate the parent.

In a fit of Jenji Kohan-induced euphoria, Netflix picked up Orange Is the New Black season 6 AND season 7 past year.

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You just took your shower and got out", Michael Alf, who joined the team in the late 1980s, told The Post on Saturday. Range told the Washington Post that "Jordan definitely knew that these things were happening - yes, most definitely.

'You don't know how strong my girls are, ' she says in another tense standoff. But, as Red (Kate Mulgrew) puts it in her blunt no-nonsense way, "We have iron wills and fucking nothing to lose".