‘Orange Is The New Black’ has been commissioned for a fourth series, it has been confirmed.
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The impending third series might still be just a gleam in the distance until it hits our screens in May, but Netflix have already announced that a fourth will be coming next year.
To celebrate the news that ‘Orange Is The New Black’ will be sticking around for at least another 12 months, Netflix have also teased viewers with a brand new clip from the third series, showing the return of Suzanne, otherwise known as Crazy Eyes.
'Orange Is The New Black'
The new teaser clip shows the character, played by Uzo Aduba, arguing with her inmates about whether Vee (Lorraine Toussaint), will be coming back to Litchfield Prison in the future.
In the final cliffhanger scene of the show’s second series, viewers saw Vee being hit by a prison van, driven by Rosa, though it’s not yet known whether the character was killed in the incident.
Watch the newly-released clip in full below...
‘Orange Is The New Black’ fans were thrilled last week, when the first official trailer for the third series appeared online.
As well as viewers’ old favourites, the new footage revealed that a new inmate was joining the cast, played by Australian actress and DJ, Ruby Rose.
There’s not too long to wait now and 14 brand new episodes will arrive exclusively on Netflix on Friday, 12 June.