These 25 Netflix original shows prove the marathon-watching juggernaut’s equal concern for both quantity and quality.
Orange Is the New Black has always taken a unique, often maximalist approach to television.
While GLOW may reference the events and pop culture of 1985, the show’s format is decidedly modern.
Orange Is the New Black has always been invested in the dual concepts of freedom and power.
The series remains compelling in its devotion to exposing its characters’ public hang-ups and private strengths.
Season three of Orange Is the New Black breaks the cycle the previous two established of creating an obvious antagonist.
It grapples with familial and societal forces in the service of an ensemble that counts among television’s most engaging.
It’s a yuppie coming-of-age narrative superimposed on a story about the people who end up in prison and the tools they develop to survive there.