This is the end of an era in Netflix. On July 26, the streaming giant will release the seventh and final season of his Emmy-winning series The Orange is the new black following the convicted Lichfield prisoner. the show won wide recognition. She has put stories and storylines with many different women in the forefront, raising awareness of prison issues and reforming criminal justice and winning more prize awards than we can count on.
But alas, all good things have to do. After seven seasons it is time to get rid of the prison. I'll miss out on all the ladies ** ladies from Litchfield and the incredible team we worked with, the creator of the show, Jenny Kohan, said in a statement in October 2018 (by Deadline). "My heart is orange, but it fades to black."
But why exactly the show ends? Here's what to know.
Nothing Is Forever
As Kohan said, it is time for the ladies to start new chapters. And it's not that fans do not see that. She hinted that the show would end after the seventh season in an interview with The New York Times in 2017
Actress Bette Dowever, who plays the controversial Linda Ferguson, told the decision to end the show in a PopCulture interview on July 16 . com, saying on the site "I just felt like at the right time." "I think Ginger has always wanted seven seasons. You finish it at seven, and as much as I want to keep doing it forever and always, it just seems to me that it's time to do it, "said Dover.
The show will come out with thunder 19659009] On June 26, Netflix released a trailer for the upcoming season and it seems that the viewers are in a wild ride. As you may know, Season 6 ended with the release of Piper Chapman (Taylor Shilling) from prison and now has to go back to society. But that is not so easy. She makes copies at an office, meets a probation officer for drug tests, and struggles to make friends with her.
Meanwhile, her wife, Alex Vause (Laura Repon), is still in jail for four more years – and seems to have had more time in the upcoming season.
Prepon told The Hollywood Reporter in August 2018 that Vause "is really trying to stay straight and narrow for Piper," but said she should do everything she can to survive in Litchfield. the reality of the situation and knows how much longer it is there, "explains Prepon. – I think in her thought she knows she will have to do some things to survive who will not be able to take classes. And that's a pity. "
An Orange  The new Black spinoff can happen
Lionsgate reports that it is considering a series of spinoff for the hit show, but the time should be" right ". ] "We are really proud of the long-term perspective [the show] we had," Lionsgate TV chairman Kevin Beggs told The Hollywood Reporter in November. "This remains one of Netflix's most watched shows. We finish with a high note. Keep in mind that we own this series and will distribute it for years to come. We are already in discussions and when the time is right, we will talk further with Jenji as a possible sequel. "
Dover commented on the possibility of spinoff on PopCulture.com. She said that while she was not aware of the revival, "it would really be great to see." – It's like life. Life will continue. These women, some will be in jail, some will go out. Their lives will continue. "
We hope their lives will continue on television screens. We'll keep you up to date with future spinoff updates.