‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season 5 Spoilers And News Update: Did Alex Kill Piper?

With its release in 2017, Orange Is The New Black Season 5 is making waves from its huge fan base and supporters all over the world. Yes, as early as now, everything seems 'orangey'. Some believed that Piper will be killed by Alex while some believed that there would be massive number of killings this season.

Uncertainty And Deaths In The Fifth Installment

According to The Gamers Drop, Poussey, played by Samira Wiley, was a huge shock to the series' viewers after being dead during the last season. With this, some speculation believed that Piper, played by Taylor Schilling, will be the next character who would eventually face death. Making the speculations even more reliable is Schilling's uncertainty of what could happen to Piper in its fifth installment.

Prepon, in an interview, shared something about Alex and Piper:

"We've seen Alex and Piper go through so many things, but it's always grounded in the fact that they do really love each other,"

"It's this whole push-pull thing and that's not going to change anytime soon. I don't know if people like that can stay together for too long. But whatever comes in season 5 will be great,"

Would Taystee Seek Vengeance For Poussey?

There are also other news that Taystee, played by Danielle Brooks, would seek vengeance to the death of her dear friend, Poussey. Taystee would be changing her character in this season because of what happened in the past.

Christian Today even added that Daya, portrayed by Dascha Polanco, kept two prison guards at gunpoint after letting one get a gun. What could happen to her character would be revealed in the Season 5. It was also believed that Litchfield would have a drastic change this season.

Orange is the New Black Season 5 will be released by Netflix in January 2017. Fans are extra excited with what could happen in the show. Expect twist and turns happening as its fifth season unfolds.

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