After the success of Season 1, "Orange is the New Black" Season 2 will be aired soon as filming is wrapping up for the new season. The hit TV show is based on a memoir "Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison."
Netflix's "Orange is the New Black" Season 2 premiere will be announced soon. Other spoilers reported it will be aired around spring 2014. OITNB Cast Member Natasha Lyonne disclosed that there are "two episodes away from wrapping up the season."
"Everything on that show is functioning at two levels at all times," Lyonne said who plays as former drug addict Nicky Nichols. "There's a real underbelly of suffering and pain. We're people in prison who have this albatross of regret of making, at some point, a terrible decision that led us to be there . . . And Netflix feels like mavericks, there's not restrictions and walls, they really just want to make the best thing possible."
Daniel Brooks who plays Tasha Jefferson cited some hot spoilers about the show when she posted a photo of a walkie talkie and her character's inmate ID on her Instagram account. The photo was posted with a caption: "Borrowed a few things from #MrHealy today to handle some business."
According to "Orange is the New Black" Season 2 production details, the filming of the new season will be done in early February. Cast and crew have nothing but wonderful things to say about Netflix's original series and fans will be treated with another season of women's county jail action.
"I'm so proud to be part of that show, it is really satisfying to be proud of the work that we're doing," Lyonne said.
"We have such a nice thing going with all of us that feels really great as a woman, and hopefully [through] these projects, slowly we're chipping away at these ideas--that gay people are considered second class citizens, that women are considered second class citizens--and it feels great to be part of that," Lyonne added during an interview with Fashion and Style.