Netflix’s most-watched series, Orange is the new black (OITNB), is ready to rock again with its seventh season from 26th July 2019. Orange is the New Black Season 7 will be the last season of the famous series. It will follow on with the story of season 6 where Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) get a release from the prison.
‘See What’s Next,’ a Twitter account of Netflix tweeted the release date. They uploaded some excitement, creating images of the upcoming season. We can see some moments of Litchfield inmates and Piper’s experience of the outside world.
— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) May 22, 2019
Who Will Be There In OITNB 7?
In the upcoming episodes of the Orange is the New Black 7, you are not going to miss any of your favorite inmates. Piper, Taystee (Danielle Brooks), Nicky (Natasha Lyonne), Suzanne (Uzo Aduba), Black Cindy (Adrienne C Moore), Red (Kate Mulgrew) and Daya (Dascha Polanco) will be there to entertain you.
The Storyline of OITNB 7:
The episodes will show you how Piper deal with will change the real world and the separation from her wife Alex (Laura Prepon). Alex is, however, still completing her years in prison. In the Meantime, Orange is the New Black 7 sees her Litchfield inmates struggling with the problems of prison.
Notably, the season 6 drastically ended with the early release of Piper. On another end, Blanca’s possible deportation and Taystee’s undeserved life term conviction for the murder of Desi Piscatella, a prison officer.
The executive producer of the series, Herrmann to The Hollywood Reporter once expressed her excitement. He said, “We’re very excited because now we have a few people on the outside. Aleida Diaz [Elizabeth Rodriguez] being one of them.” She further goes on with, “To be able to show the juxtaposition of what life is like for someone in Aleida’s shoes compared to somebody who is in Piper’s shoes is very exciting for us.”
A Spin-off or Sequel?
Will fans’ desire to enjoy the sequel or spin-off have any future? Yes, we can say so as leaving such a built-in audience will not prove worthy to the makers. Kevin Beggs told The Hollywood Reporter, “We’re already in discussions. When the timing is right, we’ll talk further with Jenji (creator Jenji Kohan) about a potential sequel.”