Orange Is The New Black: Season 3 Digital
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Season three of the popular Netflix original series about Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling), a classy woman in her thirties who is sentenced to prison after being convicted of a ten-year-old crime of trafficking money for her drug-dealer girlfriend.
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New characters are introduced as we lost a few in Season 2. It seems like a show about female criminals in a hilariously low security prison would get stale but somehow the writers keep the interest up. Season 3 is much less violent and we see the back stories of many of our imprisoned ladies. The show may be about seriously tiresome upscale princess Piper but she is becoming an afterthought in this cast of deliciously rich characters. Piper is falling to the background but does come up with a rather disgusting (if harmless) way to make money from prison. Her relationship with Alex is finally blossoming as a new potential love interest for Piper suddenly appears. Our guards are as inept as ever and this prison seems like a summer camp with dormitory rooms. No locked doors and everyone seems to be able to walk around freely without interruption.
It's a fun show to watch. It can be hard to relate to a group of desperate prisoners trying to survive. A nurturing spirit can arise even in the most hardened criminal. It doesn't seem like anyone was wrongly committed and it's funny to think a person can go to prison for selling harmless substances saying they are drugs. Our characters are growing and each actor's talent is becoming more and more evident as they relish their roles. Starring in a prison comedy/drama may not be an actor's dream but here is a change for delightful actors of all ages and races to shine. There are just too many actors to praise in this show. But here are a few Uzo Aduba is the amazingly odd Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" who grows and matures this season. We see more of Red (Kate Mulgrew). What a great role for an older actress. Nick Sandow as Joe Caputo deserves kudos as a troubled man trying to honestly run a prison. I could go on and on praising some of the quirky characters that light up the screen.
Oddly enough the series ends on an upbeat and joyous surprise...not the usual cliffhanger we expect from series like this ones. Only the fate of one main character leaves us hanging. The ending is long and somewhat contrived but yet it is fun and I only want more!
Keep up the good work with this quality series. Makes you laugh and cry at the same time.