Why "Orange is the New Black"

Based on the memoir of Piper Kerman, the comedic drama "Orange Is the New Black" is a story set in a women's prison. The show follows the "jailbird" experience of a certain Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling), an engaged Brooklynite who's former relationship with drug-runner Alex (Laura Prepon) results in her arrest and year-long detention in a federal penitentiary. The series follows Piper as she trades her New York life with fiance, Larry (Jason Biggs), for the orange tinted fashion and questionable culture of a prison, learning unique life lessons and forming unexpected alliances in the process. The new series airs on Netflix on July 12. Prepare to be entertained, challenged, and moved, all at the same time!


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