“Orange is the New Black” Season 4 won’t hit Netflix until next year, but fans can get the first glimpse of their favorite inmates online. The dramedy’s cast was recently in a photo shoot for Season 4, and their Instagram account is giving followers an inside look.
— Orange Is the New... (@OITNB) December 10, 2015
So far, viewers have the photo above of Poussey (Samira Wiley), Lorna (Yael Stone) and Crazy Eyes (Uzo Aduba) with Mr. Caputo (Nick Sandow). Another shot shows Big Boo (Lea DeLaria) looking surprised with the caption, “Big Boo caught red-handed.” The next photo shows Alex (Laura Prepon) with the caption, “Vause alert.” However, the account warned people to stay tuned all day, so that’s just the beginning of the photos.
Expect the actors to be pretty happy in these photos as they’ve had a great week. “Orange is the New Black” was nominated for best comedy series while Aduba scored a best supporting actress in a comedy nod for the Golden Globes Thursday. Aduba also received a Screen Actor’s Guild nomination for best comedic actress and the show received a nomination for best ensemble in a comedy earlier this week.
“Orange is the New Black” continually posts new content to social media for fans. Yesterday, Netflix’s Snapchat followers were also given an exclusive look at behind-the-scenes photos.
Many followers are hoping for spoilers. “Orange is the New Black” Season 3 left Alex (Laura Prepon) facing one of Kubra’s minions who somehow got hired as a guard. Her presence on set would seem to indicate that Kubra’s man didn’t kill her, but that doesn’t mean she is out of danger yet.
Elsewhere in the finale, Stella (Ruby Rose) stole Piper’s (Taylor Schilling) money, so the leading lady planted contraband in Stella’s bed to get her sentence extended. Daya (Dasha Polcano) still doesn’t know that Cesar (Berto Colon) was arrested, and now her baby and siblings don’t have a home. Plus, Judy King (Blair Brown), the show’s answer to Martha Stewart, just checked into Litchfield, so fans are anxious to know what’s next for the women in prison.
“Orange is the New Black” Season 4 premieres on Netflix in 2016.