If you have been living under a rock, you probably haven't seen the new "Orange is the New Black" season three trailer. First off, watch the teasers in the video above and relish in the beauty that is the series.
Now that you're done, it's safe to say you have been awaiting season three as soon as (SPOILERS AHEAD) Miss Rosa hit Vee with her fan. We now have a sliver of what season three might entail, and we cannot be more excited.
Alex Vause is back!
The fact that Alex and Piper will be "together" for a whole season is very exciting. By the looks of it, Alex was in complete fear that she was back at Litchfield. She may have been pretty bummed about her bad luck, but we were all pretty excited. In season two, we only saw her in a few episodes, but during press for the show last season, she did confirm that she was back for the WHOLE SEASON. Get ready for a lot of Alex and Piper interaction, if you know what we're sayin'.
Nicky is free?
If you have a quick eye, you could catch Nicky being really excited about not being in those prison walls. I mean, who could blame her, really? Although, playing games with Taystee and Pouseey all day does sound entertaining. ANYWAY, she seems to be out, but in the mind of creator, Jenji Kohan, we know it won't be for long.
The trailer is beautifully packed with a whole bunch of madness and at the end, #sorrynotsorry is plastered on the screen. What could this mean? Sorry not sorry there is a new love interest to get in between Piper and Alex? Sorry not sorry they gave Boo a new makeover? Sorry not sorry they have waited this long to give us the new season? All of these are very true and well, they should be sorry. But we forgive them because we are that much closer to getting our hands on season three.
So, if you're like us, you will be "patiently" awaiting until June 12 when season three premieres on Netflix. In the meantime, re-watch the trailer, re-watch the past two seasons, and take a look at them in the pics below.
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