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“Sorry not sorry” appears to be the motto for the return of “Orange is the New Black,” which features more unique and diverse female characters in a two-minute span than the first season of “Silicon Valley” (or the actual Silicon Valley).
We already knew that Season 3 of Netflix’s acclaimed prison dramedy would be even more focused on the ladies of Litchfield (sorry, Larry), but everyone not left for dead on the side of the road at the end of last year is present and accounted for. Plus, there are a few new faces, like the always welcome Lori Petty (first introduced as a guest star in Season 2) and model Ruby Rose (who may or may not have an “Archer” tattoo).
Most importantly of all, Crazy Eyes has discovered her passion for writing. Her story — and all the other stories that make up the critically-acclaimed drama from Jenji Kohan — return June 12 on Netflix.