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‘Orange Is the New Black’ Motion Posters Tease New Season

For those who can’t wait to get more of the ladies of Litchfield, there’s some new character posters that show some of the favorite prisoners in action.

The new posters, released by Netflix on Monday, tease Yael Stone’s Lorna character perhaps finally getting married and show Laura Prepon’s Alex putting on some makeup, Laverne Cox’s Sophia doing her hair, Natasha Lyonne’s Nicky just being Nicky and Taylor Schillings’ Piper ready for round two.. There’s also posters of Lea DeLaria‘s Big Boo and Tiffany Doggett’s Pennsatucky, though they didn’t get the motion poster treatment.

The comedy-drama was created by Jenji Kohan based on the Piper Kerman memoir “Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison.” Netflix released a trailer for season two last month.

The second season of the Netflix critical darling will hit the streaming service June 6. “Orange is the New Blackhas already been renewed for a third season.

Orange is the New Black Lorna on Make A Gif

'Orange is the New Black' Season 2: Laverne Cox as Sophia on Make A Gif

'Orange is the New Black' Season 2: Laura Prepon as Alex on Make A Gif

'Orange is the New Black' Season 2: Taylor Schilling as Piper Chapman on Make A Gif

'Orange is the New Black' Season 2: Natasha Lyonne as Nicky on Make A Gif

 

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