'Orange Is the New Black' Suddenly Discovers Deportation Stories

August 1st, 2019 7:00 AM
The seventh and final season of Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black began airing on July 26 with thirteen hour-long episodes. The intention is to fill in the stories of the inmates of Litchfield Maximum Prison in New York and explain what happens to them as the series ends. In an odd twist, the stories of two former prisoners are used as indictments of America’s current immigration laws.

'Orange Is the New Black' Kills Off Character to Raise BLM Awareness

June 22nd, 2016 4:31 PM
The highly anticipated fourth season of Netflix’s Orange is the New Black launched last Friday and I have to believe that true fans of the show were not disappointed. The story remains true to life in a minimum security prison, as you might imagine it to be, and managed to get all the way to the twelfth episode (out of thirteen) before politics entered. 

Bossy Prisoner Insulted as 'Hillary Clinton Dictator' on Hit Show 'Ora

June 9th, 2014 3:45 PM
The producers of Netflix's Orange is the New Black might find themselves targeted by Hillary Clinton's supporters, after a character used the Democratic politician's name as an insult in an episode of the newest season of the sex-laced series. Tiffany "Pennsatuckey" Doggett (played by Taryn Manning), an inmate at the women's prison that is the main setting of the Internet show, confronted…

Transgender Advocate Appears on Time Magazine Cover: 'This Is Who I Am

May 29th, 2014 9:57 PM
As the circulation of weekly newsmagazines continues to decline, their editors and staffs hope to draw in new readers -- as well as the people they've lost over the past few decades -- with covers that focus on controversial topics. The latest example of this ploy is the new issue of Time magazine, which depicts transgender African-American actress and “sexual diversity advocate” Laverne Cox…