Add the cast and crew of Orange is the New Black to the list of celebrities coming out against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
On Friday, Lea DeLaria, who plays Big Boo on the critically acclaimed Netflix prison drama, shared a picture on Twitter of the show’s cast and crew wearing T-shirts that read “Vaginas Against Trump.”
What a way to make your red carpet relationship debut!
Ben Foster and Laura Prepon hit the The Girl on the Train premiere Tuesday night, marking their first official public appearance as a couple, as well as the debut of a new diamond ring on a very tell-tale finger. Speculation was at an all-time high as she flashed the new sparkler — and as it turns out, this one is the real deal, sources confirm to PEOPLE.
Samira Wiley may have recently checked out of Litchfield, but Orange Is the New Black will still play a central role in her life, as the actress is now engaged to series writer Lauren Morelli.
On Tuesday, Wiley and Morelli both took to Instagram to share the news with a picture that features the happy couple smiling from ear to ear and Wiley sporting a shiny engagement ring.
Lena Dunham, Uzo Aduba, and other members of the Orange Is the New Black cast teamed up for a video supporting Hillary Clinton and advocating for more women in elected office.
The video, titled #ThisIsWhatMyRevolutionLooksLike, features a host of celebrities raising awareness for women’s issues pivotal to the upcoming presidential election. They push for passing paid family leave, protecting a woman’s right to choose, equal pay, and landing the first presidential cabinet with at least 50 percent of all positions filled by women.
For a few minutes this morning, I felt such delight from this year’s Emmy nominations that I felt the voters responsible for them had executed their task perfectly. Master of None. The Americans. Mr. Robot. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. black-ish. Silicon Valley. Game of Thrones.
Just as fans are beginning to recover from Samira Wiley’s heartbreaking Orange Is the New Black exit, Danielle Brooks has ripped the wound right back open. The actress, who plays Taystee, the on-screen best friend to Wiley’s Poussey, tweeted a photo Tuesday of the pair’s last moment on set.
“Our last moment together from season 4! Love this one to the moon and back!” Brooks wrote alongside a photo of Wiley giving her a wistful kiss on the cheek goodbye.
Natasha Lyonne was not at liberty to say whether she’d be back for Orange Is the New Black season 4. As she told Stephen Colbert on The Late Show, “it’s a very high-stakes situation.” The good news is, she was able to get through her promotional rounds for other projects without revealing anything. The bad news is, she then slipped a big one to an airport TSA agent.
It’s been a little over a year since Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner wrapped up the seminal series with that unforgettable shot of Don Draper meditating. Now, the writer-director has officially returned to television with an episode that’s sparked just as much buzz: the explosive penultimate episode of Orange Is the New Black season 4. (Expect major OITNB spoilers from here on out, so if you haven’t watched the entire fourth season, turn back now.)
Since premiering in 2013, Orange Is The New Black has enjoyed a banner four-season run. The Netflix dramedy has picked up a slew of accolades and plenty of critical acclaim, particularly for its groundbreaking depictions of race, gender, and sexuality.
As much as we’d love for Lolly’s time machine to actually work, the fact is that it doesn’t. We can’t go back in time, and we can’t come back from this. It’s like the episode title says — toast can never be bread again. It’s past the point of no return.
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