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8 Things We Already Know About Season 4 of 'Orange is the New Black'

Netflix just released some new images from season 4 of Orange is the New Black. Here's what we can tell from the latest sneak peek.

Attention all Netflix binge-watchers! Your favorite show about a bunch of bad-ass ladies in a prison has released another batch of hints about the upcoming fourth season of Orange is the New Black. So, we—being the dedicated TV-watchers that we are—have taken a few minutes to analyze the clues.

While we still have three months until Orange is the New Black returns—June 17, you seem so far away—at least we finally get a peak back into Litchfield Penitentiary before the big day. While we can't be sure what's on the docket for season 4, we can deduce a few things from the images that Netflix released

1. Alex is back (and pissed off), but a pair of the guards don't look so happy to see her. Hooray?

OITNB: Alex

2. Pennsatucky and Big Boo are still palling around.

OITNB: Pennsatucky and Big Boo

3. Suzanne continues to cause problems for Taystee and Cindy.

OITNB: Crazy Eyes, Taystee, Cindy

4. Poussey will make another friend—Judy King (Litchfield's newest and brightest star a la Martha Stewart) is pictured right—but where is Soso? They looked pretty cozy at the end of season 3.

OITNB: Poussey, Judy King

5. The battle for the kitchen continues, but Red and Gloria seem newly united, perhaps against cooking celeb Judy King?

OITNB: Red, Gloria

6. Sophia is still in the SHU after being sent there "for her own protection." Ugh. Don't make us cry before the season even starts!

OITNB: Sophia

7. Oh man. Something BAD is going to go down in the kitchen. Is that a potato peeler?

OITNB: Piper

8. Something—presumably awful—is going to unite the Litchfield inmates.

OITNB: The Kitchen

Of course, none of these predictions are true for sure, but we do know one thing: Season 4 looks like it's going to be as good, if not better, than the one before it!

If you haven't seen the season 4 teaser yet. Watch it below. June 17, come quickly!

 

Rachel Weeks

I'm originally from the Chicagoland area, but I recently moved from beautiful Des Moines, IA to the equally beautiful Denver, CO. I spend my days reading, binge-watching TV shows, performing and listening to comedy and, of course, writing.

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