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I Am Not A Serial Killer Review

5 hours ago | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Good-on I Am Not A Serial Killer for never bullshitting its audience. We don’t even get halfway into this Dan Wells adaptation before director Billy O’Brien addresses the elephant in his title. As the film suggests, O’Brien’s main character is not a serial killer, so why waste time teasing something that isn’t true when the film begins (but might be later)? Such a suggestive name plays directly into an unexpected story for those of us ignorant to Wells’ source novelization, without any momentum to waste. I like surprises, and this is one of the better ones a genre fan can ask for.

Max Records plays young John Wayne Cleaver, a diagnosed sociopath who works with his mother April (played by Laura Fraser) in their family’s funeral home. Everyone knows John isn’t exactly “normal,” which is why he visits his therapist Dr. Neblin (Karl Geary »

- Matt Donato

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If You've Ever Felt Worthless, Uzo Aduba Has Something You Need to Hear

9 August 2016 12:45 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

There are plenty of reasons to love Uzo Aduba. She gives the best pep talks, makes inspiring award show speeches, and slays season after season as Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on Orange Is the New Black. On top of all that, Uzo's cover story in Essence's September issue is chock-full of quotes that will make you want to punch your fist in the air. The Emmy winner touches on everything from perseverance in a difficult industry to how she maintains her self-esteem, all of which we can add to her long list of encouraging quotes: On the time she almost quit acting: "There have been times in my life where I have doubted, questioned, felt tired, but I had never quit before in my core. My heart never quit. And that was the first time I felt my heart give out on me." On her elated reaction to hearing she'd »

- Quinn Keaney

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Uzo Aduba Talks Self-Acceptance in Essence: "I Am Enough"

9 August 2016 6:59 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It's impossible to talk about Orange Is the New Black without talking about Uzo Aduba. As the scene-stealing inmate Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren, Aduba has endeared herself to Netflix viewers since the series premiered in 2013. Aduba later won two Emmys and two SAG Awards for her gripping performance, validating her childhood dream of becoming a successful actress. Ironically, had it not been for the dramedy, Aduba may have quit show business altogether. "There have been times in my life where I have doubted, questioned, felt tired, but I had never quit before in my core. My heart never quit," the 35-year-old actress says in the September issue of Essence, on newsstands Aug. 12. "And that was the first time I felt »

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Emmy Awards 2016: The Nominations' Biggest Snubs and Surprises

14 July 2016 10:15 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The 2016 Emmy nominations are in - and not everybody's happy about the names that were read (or weren't) on Thursday morning.Immediately after Gilmore Girls' Lauren Graham and black-ish star Anthony Anderson announced this year's Emmys nods on Thursday morning, TV fans had some strong reactions. Read below for this year's biggest snubs and surprises.Snub: No Good Wife?!The critically acclaimed CBS hit surprised fans this February by announcing during the Super Bowl that this season's finale would be its last. Four-time nominee and two-time winner Julianna Margulies did not get an outstanding lead actress nod. Nor did her colleague Christine Baranski, »

- Lanford Beard, @lanfordbeard

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Orange is the New Black Season 4 Episode 11 Review: People Persons

2 July 2016 7:33 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

The heat was on.

On Orange is the New Black Season 4 Episode 11, Piscatella turned on Caputo, which let the loose cannons on the Co staff break free. With dissension among the ranks, tensions are on the rise. How long before Litchfield devolves into a real life Stanford Prison Experiment – or has it already? 

The flashback's to Suzanne's crime were heartbreaking in so many ways. Not just because of the tragic death of young Dylan, which she tried to stop, but because Suzanne clearly was not a capable adult even before her incarceration. It seemed like there were obvious ways that the situation could have been avoided. 

And it was upsetting that this woman who was not able to really take care of herself was found competent enough to end up in a federal facility. She had no understanding that she had essentially kidnapped Dylan, and the death was an accident. »

- Elizabeth Harlow

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TV Review – Orange Is the New Black Season 4

30 June 2016 10:25 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Kirsty Capes reviews Orange Is the New Black season 4…

Where to even begin with season 4 of Orange Is the New Black?

The credits rolled on that final episode, LP’s uplifting track Muddy Waters permeating the visual of Samira Wiley’s character Poussey Washington looking over the Hudson River, turning to the camera and breaking the fourth wall with a knowing smile. Orange Is the New Black has been the most uplifting, heart wrenching, thought-provoking, politically challenging show on or off television in at least the past five years. Season 4 has cemented it as a contemporary classic and a trailblazer in what the future of made-for-online shows might look like, ones which have the means and the power to question the status quo, to challenge the pre-existing perceptions of the viewer, and to pave new frontiers in writing and contextual commentary on our current socio-political climate.

You may think I’m being hyperbolic. »

- Kirsty Capes

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‘Orange Is the New Black’ Season 4: Lori Petty Talks Lolly’s Fate

26 June 2016 2:00 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

[Spoiler alert: The following interview discusses plot points from the entire fourth season of “Orange Is the New Black.” Do not read until you’ve watched.]

Lori Petty’s Lolly Whitehill is such a central part of “Orange Is the New Black” season 4, that it’s easy to forget she hasn’t been there all along.

After a brief guest turn in the second season premiere (when Piper was on the plane to Chicago), Lolly returned last season to spook Alex (Laura Prepon), who thought she was sent to kill her. As it turned out Lolly was simply following the voices in her head — a paranoid schizophrenic, Lolly is convinced all government agencies are united in a conspiracy to kill her.

This season, Lolly saves Alex’s life by knocking out the prison guard who turned out to be an undercover assassin, helps Alex bury the body, and later bonds with Healy (Michael J. Harney), who convinces her that it was all in her head. Sadly, it wasn’t, and when the truth is revealed Healy is forced to escort Lolly to psychiatric »

- Geoff Berkshire

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From 'Oitnb' to 'Lady Dynamite': TV's Mental Health Revolution

22 June 2016 10:35 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

In most episodes, Netflix's women-in-prison Orange Is the New Black plays like a series of deftly observed short stories, exposing how the females locked in Litchfield Penitentiary lived on the outside and landed themselves in the clink. And in the recently dropped new season, showrunner Jenji Kohan devotes one of these deep-dive tangents to a formerly minor inmate named Lolly (Lori Petty), a paranoid schizophrenic who catches a fellow inmate in a compromising position and promises to keep quiet. Though she'd previously been a source for punch lines and/or pre-violence tension, »

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Orange is the New Black Season 4 Episode 3 Review: (Don't) Say Anything

21 June 2016 10:17 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Didn't anybody ever tell Soso that assuming makes an ass out of "u" and me?

After seeing a little more into her past, you'd think she would have managed to pick that one up on her own, even if her mama never told her. Maybe her short lived break up with Poussey on Orange is the New Black Season 4 Episode 3 will hammer that lesson home.

While Soso tried to be her own hero, Taystee rocked her promotion, Red clashed with Judy King, and Caputo finally accepted that he's a company man now. Piper's attempts to be la jefa became more absurd, and more obviously a cover for her own insecurity.

Poussey and Soso are basically the best at the start of "(Don't) Say Anything," but it's really hard to disagree with Judy King's assessment of their relationship. Things did advance too quickly, probably for a number of reasons, not the »

- Elizabeth Harlow

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Orange Is the New Black: The Heartbreaking Reason Crazy Eyes Is in Prison

19 June 2016 7:50 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Season four is the most important and devastating season of Orange Is the New Black so far. Once you get past the episodes where Piper tries to assert herself as a "gangsta with an a," the show moves onto more meaningful subject matter - politics, race, and brutality. One of the most heart-breaking moments is the revelation of Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren's crime. In her pre-Litchfield life, Suzanne was a greeter at a big super store. She was a star employee who had great rapport with customers - in particular, a mom and her three sons. Suzanne lived with her sister and it's implied that her sister took care of her. Suzanne's sister decided to go away with her boyfriend for the weekend and left Suzanne alone for the first time since they started living together. Suzanne was anxious at first but decided to make the best of it. She »

- Amanda Rosenberg

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Orange is the New Black Season 4 Episode 1 Review: Work That Body For Me

18 June 2016 5:32 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Apparently Litchfield doesn't participate in #Fbf because "Work That Body For Me" was distinctly lacking in any origin stories this time. 

While Orange is the New Black Season 4 Episode 1 picked up seamlessly from where Orange is the New Black Season 3 Episode 13 left off, the story it told couldn't have been further removed from what we saw a year ago.

There's riot gear instead of clowns, staff that is worn down bureaucracy instead of hopeful about a regime change, isolation instead of camaraderie.

There was a lot left unresolved at the end of Orange is the New Black Season 3, so I almost understand that not focusing on any particular character via flashbacks. Certainly it's been done before, but always in season finale episodes, where there multiple stories to wrap up.

It was a jam packed 52 minutes, and there wasn't anything that I would voluntarily cut for look into the past, but »

- Elizabeth Harlow

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Orange Is the New Black Reveals Crazy Eyes' Tragic Crime

17 June 2016 5:56 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

After four years, the story of Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren was told on Orange Is the New Black. Oh, what a heartbreaking story it was. Viewers already were clued in on a bit of Uzo Aduba's story when they learned the beginnings of her stage fright as she grew up, but now the series revealed her crime. Out in the real world Suzanne was a model employee at a Walmart-like store. She was a greeter with a bond with a number of regular customers, including a mom with three kids. But it's important to remember, Suzanne is not like everybody else. She bonded with kids over dinosaur T-shirts. After her sister, whom, she lived with, told her she was going away for a weekend with her boyfriend, Suzanne was left alone and »

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‘Orange Is the New Black’ Season 4 Is ‘Darker,’ ‘More Dramatic,’ Cast Says

17 June 2016 2:11 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

New York City’s Sva Theater sparkled on Thursday night with the big and bright personalities of the comedic cast of “Orange Is the New Black.” The red carpet premiere, hosted by Netflix and Vanity Fair, previewed the first episode of the fourth season, which sets up some of the major issues the inmates will face over the course of the 13-episode run.

“Darker,” “heavy,” and “more dramatic” were just a few of the words used to describe the new season by actresses Taylor Schilling (Piper), Jessica Pimentel (Maria Ruiz), and Emily Althaus (Kukudio).

Uzo Aduba (Suzanne “Crazy Eyes”) told Variety she thinks the true wild card this season isn’t even a person. “The past three seasons the new character was always a physical inmate and this season I think the new character is the system.”

This system, marred by money and privatization, leads to surmounting tensions within the prison walls, especially »

- Sade Spence

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Orange Is the New Black Season 4 Episode 1 Review

17 June 2016 8:20 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Kirsty Capes reviews the first episode of Orange Is the New Black season 4…

Everyone’s favourite criminals are back in the highly anticipated fourth installment of Netflix’s most popular original series from Jenji Kohan.

With plenty of plot threads in need of tying up after season 3’s cliffhanger ending, season 4 begins, unlike any of the previous series, directly following on from season 3’s finale. Inmates have just escaped through a hole in the fence at Litchfield due to chronic understaffing, and Alex (Laura Prepon) is at the mercy of her old boss’s hitman, who has infiltrated the prison as a guard.

Both of these plot points are tied up fairly neatly within the first five minutes of Episode 1, which is a little bit of a disappointment, considering how serious they are in terms of Oitnb’s comedy-realism angle. Mercifully, Oitnb season 4 seems to be following the trend of »

- Kirsty Capes

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Review: ‘Orange is the New Black’ Season 4 Will Wreck You (In the Most Important Ways)

17 June 2016 7:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Year by year, things keep getting worse and worse for the Litchfield Federal Penitentiary inmates, who have become the one fucked-up TV family we always look forward to visiting. It’s as much a testament to Netflix and creator Jenji Kohan, for showcasing the show’s diverse cast of incredible actors, as it is the power of television, which lets our relationships with characters, as technically one-sided as they might be, bloom and grow.

Read More: Why Netflix Renewed ‘Orange is the New Black’ for Three Seasons

Like any relationship allowed to blossom, the potential for heartbreak is real. This year, that’s more true than ever.

Season 4 begins moments after the transcendent beauty of the Season 3 finale, picking up with the creation of bunk beds in the dorms. “Orange” thus immediately takes on the issue of prison overcrowding by immediately doubling the occupancy of the prison without additionally addressing »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Review: ‘Orange is the New Black’ Season 4 Will Wreck You (In the Most Important Ways)

17 June 2016 7:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Year by year, things keep getting worse and worse for the Litchfield Federal Penitentiary inmates, who have become the one fucked-up TV family we always look forward to visiting. It’s as much a testament to Netflix and creator Jenji Kohan, for showcasing the show’s diverse cast of incredible actors, as it is the power of television, which lets our relationships with characters, as technically one-sided as they might be, bloom and grow.

Read More: Why Netflix Renewed ‘Orange is the New Black’ for Three Seasons

Like any relationship allowed to blossom, the potential for heartbreak is real. This year, that’s more true than ever.

Season 4 begins moments after the transcendent beauty of the Season 3 finale, picking up with the creation of bunk beds in the dorms. “Orange” thus immediately takes on the issue of prison overcrowding by immediately doubling the occupancy of the prison without additionally addressing »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Orange Is the New Black Season 4 Premiere Recap: Intro to Gardening

17 June 2016 3:00 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Warning: Spoilers ahead! Avoid this write-up at all costs if you have not yet watched the Season 4 premiere of Orange Is the New Black.

The ladies at Litchfield were in for a rude awakening in the fourth season premiere of Orange Is the New Black, and we’re not talking about the newly heightened attitude possessed by self-lamented “gangsta” Chapman.

RelatedOitnb Renewed for Seasons 5, 6 and 7

The cheekily titled “Work That Body For Me” quickly confirmed Alex’s fate (she’s alive!) and set up new obstacles courtesy of Mmc, new inmates and Martha Stewart archetype Judy King. Let’s recap:

Make no bones about it, »

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Orange Is The New Black Season 4 Review

16 June 2016 2:02 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Six episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

There are nearly infinite reasons why Orange Is The New Black has resonated so loudly with so many people in such a short span of time. Its honest characters, juicy drama, and unashamedly blunt depiction of what life in a prison is like (as a woman, a black woman, a Dominican woman, etc) are bound to constitute a few of those. Others might appreciate Jenji Kohan’s masterfully laid-back tone that – after four years – still ebbs and flows into mouth-covering shockers with ease – which makes sense, given the woman essentially created the bedrock of the unforgettable season finale in Weeds.

I like its simple insights. Suzanne, aka Crazy Eyes (Uzo Aduba), has slowly been getting more to do – and be – since her pie-throwing meme-ifying in season 1 and, as things go downhill for her in season 4, she reminisces about the speechless cues her parents »

- Mitchel Broussard

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'Orange Is the New Black': Everything You Need to Know for Season 4

15 June 2016 8:31 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Can it possibly have been a whole year since we last shacked up in Litchfield Penitentiary, with its mattress-less bunks, garden shed full of secrets and Piper's panties-making empire? If you're like us, there's a good chance that you gulped down Season Three of Orange Is the New Black faster than you can say "Admiral Rodcocker." To say that Jenji Kohan's addictive prison comedy/drama is highly bingeable is a huge understatement; but the downside is that 12 months down the line, we're left with a hooch hangover and a »

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Why Making a Great 'Zootopia' Sequel is a Nearly Impossible Task

9 June 2016 5:24 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

This year's Zootopia was quite the pleasant surprise. Yes, in the past eight years or so, with the involvement of John Lasseter, Disney has been upping their animated game tremendously. From films like Bolt and The Princess And The Frog to Wreck-it Ralph and Tangled, they've certainly managed to make an amazing comeback. With that in mind, I went into Zootopia with a certain expectation of quality: I expected great characters, a tight script, some funny jokes, a decent amount of heart, and beautiful animation.

The movie more than delivered on those expectations without breaking a sweat. But what I did not expect was for Zootopia to be a well-told social commentary that brings awareness to racial stereotyping. From the get-go, that's what the movie set itself up as, and as I got deeper and deeper into the runtime, it became all the more clear that this was a bona fide classic. »

- Joseph Medina

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