The hackers that leaked episodes of “Orange is the New Black” Season 5 are now targeting ABC.

On Friday, June 2, the hackers, a.k.a. the Dark Overlord, posted a cryptic tweet saying that they are now targeting the network. Deadline immediately reached out to ABC for comment, but they have not released any statement regarding the issue.

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In April, the Dark Overlord claimed that they have episodes of some of the series airing on ABC, CBS, IFC, FOX, National Geographic and more. Also in the same month, the hacker released the episodes of “Orange is the New Black” Season 5 after Netflix refused to pay the ransom they demanded. There are speculations that the episodes were stolen from a post-production company last year.

At the time, a rep from Netflix told Deadline that they were aware of the threat and explained how the hackers could have gotten hold of the “Orange is the New Black” episodes. “We are aware of the situation. A production vendor used by several major TV studios had its security compromised and the appropriate law enforcement authorities are involved,” the popular streaming site said.

Meanwhile, Dark Overlord claimed to have stolen copies of Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” last month. Disney CEO Bob Iger shared the information during a town hall meeting in New York even though he did not reveal the title of the film that was stolen. The hackers demanded for Disney to give them a huge ransom so that they will not release the film online and in increments. “Pirates of the Caribbean” was released in theaters in the United States on May 26.

Last week, Iger revealed that the threat appeared to be a hoax because the hackers never released copies of the film online. While speaking with Yahoo Finance, he said, “To our knowledge we were not hacked.”

But even though copies of the film weren’t stolen ahead of its release, Disney has teamed up with the FBI for the investigation. The network also made it clear that they will not pay the hackers even if they will have future demands.