It is now confirmed that the new season of the hit show Orange Is The New Black will deal with the “repercussions” of the riot that happened inside the prison last season.
The popular Netflix series will now struggle with the consequences of the unrest, the rising tension between the inmates and the death of Poussey Washington (played by Samira Wiley).
In an interview with Hollywood Reporter, actor Adrienne C. Moore (who plays Cindy) revealed some details from the show, as well as what she expects from the upcoming season.
“Toward the end of season five, there were some people that were agreeing to stick together, and there were some people that were looking out for themselves. We’ll see the repercussions of those decisions in this next season.”
She also revealed that even the cast was not completely aware of the script since the crew wanted to keep it a surprise for them.
“They don’t want to tell us, and I asked them, ‘Well, don’t you guys want us to know so we can go into the episodes [knowing] what we’re snaking toward?’
“They said, ‘No, because part of it is your discovery as the episodes go. If we tell you everything upfront, then it might alter or shift or change how you might approach something if you didn’t know what was going happen.
It is also speculated that the inmates might be separated into two groups in the upcoming season.