The ladies of Litchfield are back! And, according to reports, our favorite jailbirds are ready to cause more chaos in Season 4 of Netflix’s original series “Orange Is the New Black.”
Fans of the Jenji Kohan-created show can binge-watch all 13 hours of the prison drama when the fourth season hits Netflix on Friday, June 17. But in order to catch the forthcoming season the very second it’s released, fans will need to push their bedtime back ... way back!
The streaming provider will release the entire fourth season of “OITNB” at midnight PDT and 3 a.m. EDT. So, brew yourself a strong cup of coffee, TV lovers, because chances are it’s going to be a late night for several of you.
But caffeine won’t be the only premiere party necessity. Viewers will also need a Netflix account to be able to watch the show. Those who don’t own an account or — let’s face it — share a password with another Netflix account holder, have a few options. Yes, you could mooch off your sister-in-law who has an account but you could also purchase your own, starting at $7.99 a month. New users can also partake in the free monthlong trial offered by Netflix.
Once a Netflix account is secured, binge watchers can catch up with Piper (Taylor Schilling), Suzanne (Uzo Aduba) and all their favorite inmates on any Netflix-enabled device — that includes televisions, laptops and desktops. Fans on the go can also download the Netflix app, which allows viewing on a smartphone or tablet.
You won’t want to miss out on the Season 4 drama, according to Mike Houston, the show’s newest star. The actor, who is portraying Dixon, a new correction officer at the prison, dished to International Business Times that there is “definitely something” coming to Litchfield — something big.
“It’s going to be such an awesome show to watch this season,” he teased.
“Orange Is the New Black” will stream to Netflix on Friday, June 17, at 3 p.m. EDT.