Orange Is the New Black
A crime she committed in her youthful past sends Piper Chapman to a women's prison, where she trades her comfortable New York life for one of unexpected camaraderie and conflict in an eccentric group of fellow inmates.
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"⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐— Funny AF. Character development? Beautifully done. Adult LGBTQ Representation other than cutsie YA themes? You know it. Wait until you get to know Big Boo better. Total Gay Icon. Nicky is also a legend. You might be thinking, "how many episodes can you squeeze out from inside a prison, can't be many plot ideas." Ohoho, if you're on that train of thought, you'd be very wrong. Not once did the storyline feel forced or tired out. Everything flowed naturally and kept me wanting more. This show knows how to get you really invested in these characters. Those aren't even the best parts (except maybe decent representation). This show also touches on *real* issues in the U.S. prison system! Foundations were started in response to this show airing if I remember correctly. Definitely give it a try. "
"OITNB isn’t just a TV show; it’s like finding a secret stash of humor and inspiration. From inside jokes that rival the prison yard banter to characters as unforgettable as a cellmate with a tattoo gun, it’s a comedy-drama cocktail that goes down smoother than canteen coffee. Piper, the show’s rollercoaster of a protagonist, proves that life’s detours can lead to hilariously unexpected places. Through the laughter, OITNB delivers a heartfelt reminder that strength, friendship, and growth can flourish even in the unlikeliest corners of life. So, whether you’re seeking a side-splitting escape or a shot of resilience, OITNB’s got the keys to laughter and life – all in one binge-worthy package!"
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