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Television PopWrapped | Television

'Orange Is The New Black' Season 5 Trailer Is Finally Here

Jacqueline Naranjo | PopWrapped Author

Jacqueline Naranjo

05/11/2017 2:37 pm
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'Orange Is The New Black' Season 5 Trailer Is Finally Here | Orange Is The New Black
Media Courtesy of Den of Geek

After teasing fans with a small sneak peak of the upcoming fifth season of Orange is the New Black, Netflix is finally giving fans a bigger glimpse into the women of Litchfield Prison by dropping a full two minute trailer.  

Tensions were high at Litchfield during the Season 4 finale. Poussey’s (Samira Wiley) death triggered a riot which quickly escalated when the inmates gain control of the prison. 

Based on the trailer, Season 5 will opens where last season left off, with Daya (Dascha Polanco) pointing a gun at Corretions Officer Humphrey (Michael Torpey) while her fellow inmates cheered her on. Unlike previous seasons, the newest season will have a new format. The season will be taking place during the course of three days.

During those three days, the show will explore how each inmate deals and mourns with the death of Poussey. "We're all angry! You've done our girl wrong, Mr. Caputo and we want justice," says Tasha "Taystee" Jefferson (Danielle Brooks) in one of the most emotional moments in the trailer.

According to the season's logline, the riot changed the women's lives forever and now they find themselves "emboldened to fight for redemption, resolution, and the respect they deserve."

Based on the trailer, the women of Litchfield will put away their differences and ban together to seek justice against the prisons cruel treatement. In another memorable clip, Alison Abdullah (Amanda Stephen) is seen reading a powerful letter against the prison, "To whom it may concern: We, the inmates of Litchfield; are human beings. We are protesting the abusive conditions under which we are being held."

Orange Is the New Black returns to Netflix on June 9.

Check out the offical trailer below:

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