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  • Actors: Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs, Laura Prepon, Kate Mulgrew, Danielle Brooks
  • Directors: Michael Trim, Uta Briesewitz, Jodie Foster, Andrew McCarthy, Matt Penn
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: LIONSGATE
  • DVD Release Date: May 13, 2014
  • Run Time: 730 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (376 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00HW3EXCE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #734 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Excellent characters, great actors, & interesting story line.
K. Savino
Although the show has great emotional impact and character development, I don't want to make it sound like a chore.
K. Harris
Lots of interesting characters with plenty of drama and sub-plots.
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Format: DVD
As Netflix became the most buzz-worthy network (or non-network) of 2013, the premiere of "Orange is the New Black" may not have had the build-up of "House of Cards" or "Arrested Development." But that's a good thing! With enormous hype or expectations, a show can elicit instantaneous backlash if those initial anticipations aren't met. "Orange is the New Black" is the latest endeavor by "Weeds" creator Jenji Kohan and part of its immense appeal is that you don't know exactly what to expect from the get-go. In fact, the plot is almost a bait-and-switch. You sign on for a show about a privileged white woman being put in prison. Part comedy/part drama, this is the ultimate fish-out-of-water saga as Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling playing a variation on co-creator Piper Kerman's real life story) adjusts to a world beyond her imagining. What the show becomes, however, is a true character ensemble about the women she encounters. Filled with fascinating characters and spot-on performances, "Orange is the New Black" is certainly one of my favorite new programs of 2013 because it serves much more in terms of story telling, emotional heft, and incisive humor than you have any reason to expect it will.

The DVD/Blu-ray sets will be released in four disc editions featuring all 13 episodes of Season One. Co-creators Kohan and Kerman will both be closely involved with the Bonus Features and offer exclusive content and commentary.
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56 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Jack Treese on April 25, 2014
Format: DVD
I've had Netflix for quite some time but had never taken advantage of watching any of Netflix's original content. Being more of a movie guy, I find myself getting impatient when it comes to watching TV shows. Then one day when I was sick, I saw a few of my friends raving about this show and just had to give it a curiosity try, so I did. If you had told me beforehand that I would watch this whole season in its entirety--TWICE--I would have called you crazy.

Orange is the New Black succeeds in bringing doses of comedy and intrigue to what would otherwise seem to be a female version of Oz. Set at a correctional facility in New York state, it tells us the story of Piper Chapman, a young woman who's serving a prison sentence for what basically amounts to being an accessory in drug running with a former ex-girlfriend, Alex. In addition to showing us her daily struggle in this prison, we also see life on the outside with Piper's fiancee, Larry, a struggling writer who's trying to make his mark in journalism while keeping it together for the sake of his and Piper's relationship, which is a lot harder than he would believe it to be.

OitNB features a lot more characters, such as Red, a woman serving a lengthy prison sentence who is now in charge of the prison kitchen. Her character happens to be one of my favorites in the series so far. We also get to meet other interesting characters such as Miss Claudette, an actual gentle soul whom is feared by all the inmates, and "Pornstache" Mendez, a correctional officer who happens to be a real jerk.

It's really worth watching on Netflix if you subscribe to the service, it really is. However, I see myself picking up the DVD or Blu-ray set when the time comes just in case the dark day arrives where I don't have the wonderful service anymore.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Renee on June 21, 2014
Format: DVD
I read the memoir. I saw the trailers for the Netflix version and now I am addicted to watching this train wreck until its bitter end. These are the people and situations you have avoided your entire life. It is the most horrifying version of your life. The fact that Netflix is the only game in town is incredible: nicely done Netflix. Kudos to the lack of commercials when a client is already paying for the priveledge of viewing a program. The cast is incredible. Kate Mulgrew and Laura Prepon deserve awards - although I'm not certain the "industry" is ready to support such a revolutionary concept. This series gives me the willies, headaches, and chills: yet I'm riveted. Spend the bucks, binge-out and NEVER admit you became addicted to this Jerry Springer mess as it is a definite guilty pleasure. I'm certain I've had nightmares about making the one or two wrong decisions the way these individual women (stories) have and ending up in their shoes. Totally relatable and surealistic at the same time.
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30 of 36 people found the following review helpful By R. Eye on May 24, 2014
Format: DVD
We had already seen Netflix’s House of Cards and while I didn’t care for it, hubby and our daughter loved it. I haven’t watched Weeds yet, so I was in for a surprise with Orange.

One surprise was seeing Kate Mulgrew as the character, Red! When I first saw her, she was an actor on the soap, Ryan’s Hope, who went on to play Captain Janeway on Star Trek Voyager. She is a great actor and helps make this show stellar. The main character is played by Taylor Schilling, who gives a great performance as the nervous, forlorn, mistreated prison inmate, Piper Chapman. Immediately conspicuous for her skin-color and prissy attitudes, she is an easy target which some inmates delight in tormenting, while others are drawn to her helplessness. There are slices from all walks of life among the inmate population and the character development of each persona is excellent. Flashbacks allow viewers to experience the behind-the-scenes disadvantages and experiences that each character has encountered. This enables the viewer to better empathize with the ill-mannered behavior, social deviance, odd quirks, or outright meanness exhibited by the various characters. The show is a character driven series and makes for its audience to be able to identify with one or another nuance of the wide array of characters.

I, for one, could do without the nudity, raunchiness, and language of this show and others like it such as Deadwood (I did not watch after 1st episode), True Blood, and Game of Thrones (I’m an avid fan despite the raunchiness). Still, I tolerate it since I have little choice and television/movies can still be masterpieces despite the crude elements. Orange, however, would be remiss if it didn’t convey the naked vulnerability, setting starkness & lack of privacy experienced by inmates.
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