In the seventh and final season of the Golden Globe Award- nominated comedy-drama from Primetime Emmy Award- winning executive producer Jenji Kohan, the all-star cast of inmates faces circumstances that take drastic and unexpected turns. After being granted an early release, Piper struggles with the demands of parole and life on the outside, while other inmates - some in Litchfield and others in immigration detention facilities - experience a mix of disappointment, redemption, and hope in this compelling conclusion to the dark-humoured, genre-defining series.
A Exceptional and Worthy end to a Startling Show
- Orange Is the New Black: Series 7 review by DB
The previous series of OiTNB pushed the boundaries in terms of what the prison inmates could be put through, and this series doesn't let up in many ways. Expanding out to include a U.S. Immigrant detention centre, if even half of what is shown is true, well, it will get you thinking a lot about just how unfair some aspects of the world can be. This series also shows the messed up probation system in the U.S. and you will be flabbergasted at some of the things that are shown. A truly heartbreaking, uplifting, informative and entertaining end to a wonderful show. I personally think this is the best series yet and has an ending that is in line with the shows ethos. A triumph!