This image released by Netflix shows Taylor Schilling in a scene from "Orange is the New Black." The second season of the prison series will be available on Friday, June 6, on Netflix. (AP Photo/Netflix, JoJo Whilden)
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Fans of "Orange Is the New Black" are counting down the hours until the second season of the wildly-popular women's prison "dramedy" is released Friday on streaming video giant Netflix.The entire 13-episode series will go online nearly a year after the finale of the first season, which won widespread praise for its diverse cast and complex, strong female characters.Die-hard fans will no doubt immediately binge-watch the whole season, as has become the norm since the advent of shows being released as a whole season at once online.
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