“You’re so funny. I usually don’t think guys are funny.”
Share a Netflix password, share a life.
This post is dedicated to everyone who has ever spent a full hour trying to find something to watch before giving up completely.
Adorable is the new black.
Like, they want to pay someone to do this. With real money.
We asked two members of the Orange Is the New Black cast to assign classic yearbook superlatives to their co-stars. These are their answers.
TV Everywhere? More like Advertising Everywhere. “It’s almost like the networks are trying to drive you to platforms like Netflix or Amazon Prime,” said BTIG analyst Rich Greenfield, who posted the video as part of a research report on TV Everywhere.
With Laverne Cox as a grand marshal and a float full of your favorite cast members, the 2014 parade had a clear winner.
Want to know why Aereo is dead? Follow the money.
You can see the whole world from your couch.
Samira Wiley and her character have become the major breakouts of the Netflix series’ second season. The actress talks to BuzzFeed about Poussey’s growth and becoming a fan favorite. (Warning: SPOILERS for Season 2 ahead.)
Yes, I do like McDonald’s.
Who knew Donna could see the future?
Lorraine Toussaint, who plays the manipulative Vee on Season 2 of Netflix’s women’s prison drama, talks about stepping into the role of Litchfield’s most dangerous disruptor. In other words: You don’t know Vee. (Warning: SPOILERS for Season 2 ahead.)
After a sterling first season, expectations were high for the sophomore season of Jenji Kohan’s female prison drama. Fortunately, Season 2 proved to be just as juicy, sweet, and tart as you’d want it to be. (MAJOR SPOILERS ahead.)
“Take chances, make mistakes, get messy!”
Where would you fall in at Litchfield? Season 2 characters included, but no spoilers.
I THREW MY PIE CHART FOR YOU. Some spoilers for Season 2.
Litchfield was full of disorderly conduct this year. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS for Season 2.
Everything is better with kittens!
Everyone’s favorite red-lipped inmate has an insane past. Literally. (SPOILERS for Season 2!)
Two of BuzzFeed’s most obsessed Orange fans discuss each episode of the Netflix prison drama’s sophomore season. Now with all 13 episodes!
The company wants Netflix to back off from calling its internet service slow.
Like, the return of the screwdriver. Season 2 goes up on Netflix on Friday.
The whole gang’s here! Warning: Light spoilers ahead!
The second season of the Netflix prison drama is a gripping, beautiful, majestic thing. Warning: Spoilers for Season 2 ahead!
This is not a drill, people.
You gotta love that fourth wall.
Written by Peter Morgan and following the life of Queen Elizabeth II, this will be the first original Netflix series made in the UK.