Netflix considers Canada to be a third-world country.
They also met Meryl Streep.
Everyone. Remain. Calm. The Australian actor will appear as Stella Carlin, who “quickly draws the attention of some of Litchfield’s inmates,” Netflix has confirmed to BuzzFeed.
There were plenty of impressive performances this year, but BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the stars within about their particularly outstanding acting achievements in 2014.
Think you’re a huge fan? Let’s see what you got. [SPOILERS]
Frank Underwood’s bedtime stories.
“Stereotypes are the absolute worst, but this flannel is so comfy!”
Find the chicken. #LitchfieldSnaps
The women of Litchfield are here to tell you why this year’s #spiritday should be on your radar.
It looks like Lolly may be heading to Litchfield!
But Ellen Pompeo in cornrows cannot be unseen #BlueIsTheNewBlack
“We are born as who we are, the gender thing is something that is imposed on you.”
According to a TMZ report, the Orange Is the New Black star is in a relationship with writer Lauren Morelli, who came out in a personal essay earlier this year.
Tell us how you really feel, Martha.
The OITNB actress will guest star as a “demanding” drama director in an upcoming episode of Season 2.
“I want my voice to be heard, I want my dreams to matter, I want people to know who I am because tomorrow is not promised.” An exclusive look at The Sylvia Rivera Law Project’s petition for safer housing of transgender inmates. [Update: The project removed the video Friday, at Cox’s request.]
It’s not a matter of what they did so much as who they are. Here’s how the inmates, prison employees, and family members on Orange Is the New Black stack up. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS ahead.
“I don’t know who did that wig for you, but you need to get your money back.”
Adorable is the new black.
Prison pretty. It’s a thing.
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.
Matt McGorry insists it was a joke, but a lot of folks on Twitter didn’t find it funny.
“You don’t go Jessica Simpson when you’ve got Rihanna.”
In 1993, the woman behind Big Boo famously called herself “a big dyke” on late night television. More than two decades later, she talks to BuzzFeed about achieving her goal of changing mainstream America’s perceptions of queer people, thanks to Jenji Kohan’s hit Netflix series.