Friday, 16 November, 2018

Orange Is the New Black Season 6 Trailer

The First Trailer For ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season Six Shows Life In Max ‘Orange Is the New Black’ heads to maximum security in season 6 trailer
Adrian Cunningham | 10 July, 2018, 06:55

It's a fair expectation for that to be resolved in season six.

Okay, so now that you're briefed, let's take a look at the Orange is the New Black season 6 trailer and break it down to speculate what it all means for the upcoming 13 episodes. This year, it got pushed back to a July 27 release date, so it's coming about six weeks later than fans had grown accustomed to. Check out the trailer now in the player below as well as the new photos in the gallery! Following the aftermath of last season's game-changing finale, our favorite inmates are being re-booked into brand new maximum security home.

It's jarring to see these women that we've followed for so many seasons in a new prison, immediately evoking a feeling of dread.

If you thought things at Litchfield Penitentiary were too comfortable, Orange is the New Black is shaking things up.

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"This isn't home. this is not home!' a panicked Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes" Warren (Uzo Aduba) summarizes for her prison-mates at the top of the clip, only to be told sardonically by one of the guards: 'It is now'.

Check out the "Criminal"-scored trailer for season six below, which looks like it'll be part Homeland-like Federal Bureau of Investigation probe (with its very own wall of suspects), part grittier prison drama (more punches! more tears!), and, as always, part fun romp-filled, female-led comedy (stay put for the final aerobics visual gag that will have you, well, gagging)".

The trailer drop today comes ahead of the Season 6 premiere July 27 globally on Netflix.

In the trailer, Litchfield authorities interview the women individually, trying to figure out who to charge for leading the riot, while pressuring others to rat out their comrades in exchange for a plea deal.