'Orange Is The New Black' Actress Laura Prepon To Direct One Of Series' Upcoming Episodes; Piper Chapman To Die?
The upcoming "Orange is the New Black" season five won't air until the middle of 2017 on Netflix and yet the fans of the series are already contemplating its events. One of the stars of the show, Laura Prepon is set to direct some episodes of the upcoming season.
"Orange Is The New Black" Season 5 Production Has Already Begun
It has been reported that the upcoming "Orange is the New Black" production for season five has already begun and the fans of the series just got all the more excited. Although the upcoming season is set to premiere next year, there have already been theories and speculations about the storyline. To start off, the main character of the show Laura Prepon is due to direct some episodes of the upcoming season.
Laura Prepon Set To Direct Some Of The Episodes In Upcoming Season
The series has set a great impact in the lives of the viewers as they tackle the lives of women in correctional facilities and how they cope with each day they are in the cell. Prepon believes that it is definitely going to be a challenge to direct a series that has made such great impact to the viewers and it will create some kind of pressure on her. Nevertheless, the actress is excited to direct an episode of the series for the first time.
Will Piper Chapman Die In Fifth Installment Of "Orange Is The New Black?"
As for the upcoming storyline of the "Orange is the New Black" season five, it has been speculated that Taylor Schilling's character as Piper Chapman will die in the new installment. However, there is no evident source that will support this speculation. The rumor has probably been led by the events of the past season indicating that Piper has made some enemies in the facility, one which led to violence.
There is no way to know whether or not Piper will, in fact, die in the upcoming season of "Orange is the New Black." This shall then be answered once the series returns on June 2017.
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