‘OITNB’ star Yael Stone and boyfriend Jack Manning Bancroft just welcomed a baby girl! Get the exciting news about the birth here!
This is a scary first! A cyber hacker claims to have stolen the entire upcoming fifth season of ‘Orange Is The New Black’ and is blackmailing Netflix or he will release it for free. We’ve got the shocking details.
#We’reWithThem! The talented cast of hit TV series ‘Orange Is The New Black’ weren’t shy about flaunting their hilarious ‘Vaginas Against Trump’ T-shirts on Oct.14. Check out the pic — it’s sure to make you laugh!
We love watching Uzo play Crazy Eyes on ‘Orange Is The New Black,’ but we love seeing her glammed up even more! She looked stunning at the 2015 Emmys — get her exact makeup below!
Uzo Aduba‘s gorgeous makeup at the Emmys on Sept. 20 was inspired by Grace Kelly and created by her go-to makeup artist Janice Kinjo. All her makeup was under $25 — shop it below!
Uzo Aduba’s red carpet style is a far cry from her no makeup-wearing character ‘Crazy Eyes’ on ‘Orange Is The New Black.’ Her hairstylist and makeup artist are breaking down her exact beauty look and helping you pick the right products!
Piper Chapman, is that you? Prior to the big return of their series ‘Orange is the New Black,’ Taylor Schilling and Laura Prepon are gracing the cover of ‘Rolling Stone’– and the pictures are so hot the ladies could be arrested (bad pun, but it’s true)!
After what feels like an eternity, Orange is the New Black returns to Netflix for a third season on June 12. While we can really have no clue what’s in store for Piper (Taylor Schilling), Alex (Laura Prepon) and the rest of the women serving their time at Litchfield Penitentiary, we do know that the leading lady and her leading heartache– well, their offscreen counterparts, anyway– have graced the new issue of Rolling Stone. Along with a ton of gorgeous pics (duh), the two, along with Laverne Cox and other cast members, are revealing what it is they love so much about Orange, and how the show is totally changing the TV game!
‘Orange Is The New Black’ writer Lauren Morelli has just filed for divorce from husband Steve Balisone after she realizing while writing the diverse show that she’s a lesbian. Also — surprise! She’s dating Samira Wiley, who plays Poussey on Netflix’s award-winning series.
Back in May, Orange Is The New Black writer Lauren Morelli penned a touching essay announcing that working for the show made her realize she was gay. Now that she has just filed for divorce from husband Steve Balisone, it has been revealed that she’s been dating Samira Wiley (aka Poussey). Amaaaazing.
New couple alert! ‘Orange Is the New Black’ star Natasha Lyonne and ‘Portlandia’ star Fred Armison showed some sweet PDA at a pre-Emmys party on Aug. 21, a source reveals to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Natasha Lyonne, 35, and Fred Armisen, 47, weren’t shy about showing off their new romance at Variety and Women in Film’s Emmy Nominee Celebration at Cecconi’s restaurant in West Hollywood, Calif. on Aug. 21. The new duo seemed totally “smitten” with each other, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
‘Orange Is The New Black’ star Taryn Manning left very little to the imagination at a pre-Emmys party, where she wore a black dress which came dangerously close to malfunction territory.
Taryn Manning, 35, plays a meth-addicted bible-thumper in Orange Is The New Black, but there was nothing holy about the dress that she wore to a pre-Emmys party on Aug. 23 in West Hollywood. Well, except for the giant hole in the front of her dress from which her boobs were basically falling out.
Are the most devious characters of ‘Orange Is The New Black’ capable of redemption? That’s what HollywoodLife.com asked Alysia Reiner, who plays Natalie ‘Fig’ Figueroa — assistant warden, embezzler, and Louboutin-wearer extraordinaire. Read on for our exclusive interview!
Arguably one of the most dastardly characters in Orange Is The New Black, even Natalie “Fig” Figueroa can be redeemed, according to the actress who plays her, Alysia Reiner. Potentially the actor most opposite from her character, Alysia revealed in an exclusive interview with HollywoodLife.com her highest hopes for Fig — from actually affecting at Litchfield to becoming an inmate herself — as well as some behind-the-scenes scoop on her character and the most positive outcome of one of the most diverse and complex shows on television. (And if you haven’t yet caught up on Season 2, the below contains mild spoilers, so proceed with caution!)
HollywoodLife.com caught up with Matt McGorry, AKA John Bennett from ‘Orange Is The New Black,’ who revealed what’s going on in the mind of a ‘quote-unquote ‘pu**y,’ the future of Bennett’s relationship with Daya, and that time a banana was his stand-in.
Now that Orange Is The New Black superfans have likely binge-watched Season 2 twice over since its release on June 6, HollywoodLife.com spoke to Matt McGorry, AKA correctional officer John Bennett, who can give you your OITNB fix. In our interview, he revealed what it was like for Bennett, a “quote-unqute pu**y,” to be let off the hook by Caputo, the state of Daya and Bennett’s union, and that scene which required a banana for a stunt double. That last bit is worth the price of admission alone — trust. (Mild spoilers from the Season 2 finale are below!)
Season 2 of ‘Orange Is The New Black’ premiered on June 6 at midnight PT, and HollywoodLife.com caught up with Dascha Polanco, who gave us some insight into what life is like for her character, Daya, a pregnant inmate in a love affair with her correctional officer. Read on for our exclusive interview!
Dayanara “Daya” Diaz (Dascha Polanco), like the rest of her peers on Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black, is one of the most complex characters in scripted television. Neglected by her mother, who was more interested in her own affairs within the drug trade, Daya had to raise her younger siblings essentially on her lonesome before she landed in prison herself. In an exclusive interview with Dascha, she revealed to HollywoodLife.com her hopes for Daya, how Daya is feeling in Season 2 as an inmate pregnant by her correctional officer, and much more! Light spoilers are below, but nothing too crazy — we didn’t want to spoil ourselves, either!
Season 2 of ‘Orange Is The New Black’ premiered on June 6, and Piper is in as much trouble after beating up Doggett as you’d think she might be, but not for the reason you think. Full premiere recap below!
The wait for Season 2 of Orange Is The New Black is finally over! The entirety of Season 2 premiered at midnight PT on June 6, and it was a doozy. Season 1 left off with Piper (Taylor Schilling) beating the Jesus-loving crap out of Doggett (Taryn Manning), and Season 2 has Piper in a whole lot of trouble — but not necessarily for the reasons you might think. Read on for our full recap and tell us whether you’re a binge-watcher or if you’ll be savoring Season 2 of OITNB bit by bit!
Season 2 of ‘Orange Is The New Black’ premieres at midnight PT on June 6, and before you spend the next three days mainlining the series, find out what to expect with some EXCLUSIVE quotes from the cast below!
It’s nearly been one year since the first season of Orange Is The New Black premiered in July, 2013, and our long, national, OITNB-less nightmare is almost over — Season 2 premieres at midnight on June 6 and we can hardly wait! HollywoodLife.com caught up with some of the cast at the New York City premiere, and we can give you a few teases of what to expect before you spend your entire weekend Clockwork Orange-ing the Netflix series into your eyeballs. One cast member revealed that we can expect the evildoers to “definitely get called on their sh**” — read on for more!
In a revealing interview with ‘Time’ magazine, ‘Orange Is The New Black’ actress Laverne Cox reveals what it’s like to be a trans woman, her struggle with coming out, and what she wants people to understand about the trans experience.
Laverne Cox is best known for playing Sophia Burset on Orange Is The New Black, an inmate who has been incarcerated for credit card fraud after using the money to undergo a sex change operation. Her role in the wildly successful Netflix series has thrust her into the spotlight as a spokeswoman for the trans experience, and she does it wonderfully. In a new interview with Time magazine — of which she is on their cover — she reveals what growing up was like for a person who did not identify with what society expected of her, and what people really need to know about what it means to be trans.
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