“Friends In Low Places” features more than one "mea culpa" from the inmates and employees at Litchfield.
Paul Rudd, Craig Roberts, and Selena Gomez star in the surprisingly witty and undeniably charming Netflix film The Fundamentals of Caring.
“It Sounded Better In My Head” shows us how many of the inmates are confronted by the mistakes of their past, the consequences in their present, and their options for the future.
“Piece of Sh*t” uses excrement as a metaphor for the situations, personalities, and actions of those at Litchfield.
In “We’ll Always Have Baltimore” it seems we’re seeing how the women inmates at Litchfield are being punished in the small, yet significant ways.
"Doctor Psycho" gives us more of the women at Litchfield we love, and the men who hate them.
"(Don't) Say Anything" is filled with some truths, a whole lot of lies, and several secrets.
Caputo gets an expensive new outfit, and racial tension heats up in "Power Suit."
Season four of Orange is the New Black is back and it's a literal and figurative riot.
Are you ready to binge Orange is the New Black season 4? Netflix knows you are and have been taking stock of your viewing habits.
Orange is the New Black season 4 starts on June 17th! Here's a preview of what's happening at Litchfield!
Dork Shelf sat down with Clive Standen to chat about his love of Vikings, how he feels HISTORY's Vikings tells a great story, and what's next for his career.
Can season two of Netflix's dark family drama Bloodline possibly live up to expectations?
Season two of Netflix's Chef’s Table follows the personal stories of six world-renowned chefs and their journeys around food.
The Hot Docs film fest just wrapped but you can still get your non-fiction fix with these 10 awesome documentaries now streaming on Netflix.
Chapter 52 reveals that the loaded term "terrorism" is now fully entrenched in the minds and actions of the Underwoods.
Chapter 51 is a setup episode. The cards are precariously perched, awaiting even the slightest puff of air to bring them all fluttering down, and like Tom Yates says, many are girding themselves for tragedy.
With half-baked racial politics, great cameos, memorable one-liners, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season two is an enjoyable meal, although not all the ingredients were quite to our taste.