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Orange Is The New Black Series 2

As part of my Netflix Stream Team duties every now and again I get invited to the launch of a new series. However as I’ve been under a rock for the past year, I haven’t caught up with half the cult series. Basically if it’s not a cartoon character based series, I probably haven’t seen it. These are the perils of having small children in the house & working odd hours.

When the invitation to the launch of Series 2 of Orange Is The New Black (OITNB) arrived I asked a few of my team; Sinéad & Jon to head on in and check it out. They’re big fans & here is what Sinéad thought:

Let me start off with saying I am a huge fan of the Netflix Original Series. When House of Cards was released, I binged out on it for most of the weekend. My plan for this weekend was something similar with the release of Orange Is The New Black (OITNB). So when I got a invite of going to the premier viewing of the first two episodes of Orange Is The New Black, I was delighted!

I arrived to the Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield, to be created by staff in orange jumpsuits (if I didn’t know any better I could have been at a Slipknot concert!) There were orange cocktails on arrival and plenty of popcorn and chocolate vanilla cupcakes to go around!

A summary of the two episodes without giving any spoilers out – Piper is still in prison, I have learnt how to manage peeing on a long journey, and never underestimate the power of the cockroach!

As I went to watch the show I was not disappointed. The story line is dark and humorous, and all the characters are amazing.

Netflix say: The highly-anticipated second season of Netflix’s OITNB goes back behind bars for another sentence with the fearless, funny and unforgettable inmates of Litchfield prison.

Feature Image: Natasha Lyonne (L) and Yael Stone (R) in a scene from Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black” Season 2. Photo credit: JoJo Whilden for Netflix.

I'm an Irish mother to 2 boys, born & bred in Dublin, Ireland. I like to cook simple & fresh food for the family, with the family on a budget.