It’s the second season of the Netflix hit and it’s been almost a year since the series finale, which followed a murder that went unsolved for nearly a year.
That meant Netflix had to keep up with its schedule, but as the show’s first season progressed, it seemed like it was finally coming together.
“It was kind of hard to not think about the show, because we wanted it to be about that first season,” says series creator Jenji Kohan, who worked with Kohn on the pilot and is now executive producing the first season.
“The show was so fun, and so different from everything else, and yet, it was also this story that we all had to deal with.”
Netflix first announced that season two would air on March 13.
“This is the best thing we’ve done, and it is going to be our best show,” Kohn says.
“We’re so grateful for the fans and the writers who have supported us through this whole thing.
We just wanted to let them know that we’re going to make it this time.”
After a tumultuous year, Kohn is excited to see how much people want to see more of Orange is the Future.
“I’ve seen some great reactions on social media, and I’m really looking forward to seeing what we’ll do next,” she says.
So far, Kohan says the response has been positive.
“As far as the reactions, people love it,” she explains.
“So much so, that we can’t wait to show the rest of it.
I can’t tell you how excited we are for the first episode, because it’s a perfect way to end the season.”
What you need to know to start enjoying Orange is a Netflix Original series is a big part of the reason Kohn’s so excited about the new season.
Orange is one of the most popular shows on Netflix, and fans of the series have been asking her to continue the series.
So what’s it like to write for the Netflix series?
“I love the challenges that it puts on you,” she admits.
“You’ve got to really love every moment and make sure you’re writing it for the character, not for the audience.
I don’t want to do anything that’s going to break the flow of the story.
I want to keep it fluid.
And it’s going so well.”
Kohn describes the writing process as “almost like writing a play.”
“The writers will write scenes and then they’ll do an episode, then a season, and then a movie, and we just keep going,” she said.
“There are things we write and things that we don’t, so there’s no pressure on us to do something different.”
Kohan explains that when it comes to writing for Orange is, “We have no idea where it’s headed.”
But the show does have one big twist in the works: the show will premiere in late May or early June.
“When the show comes out, we’ll be playing the show in two different theaters and we’ll have some other people in the theater,” she explained.
“And we’ll all be sitting in the back.”
So what can you expect to see?
Kohn can’t reveal much about what’s coming up in season two, but she does tease that there will be a new twist.
“One of the things we’re doing is introducing the twist that will come up in the first three episodes,” she teased.
“But I can only tease it because I don.
And the fans will have to wait and see what happens.”