Orange Is The New Black Season 4 Spoilers: Poussey’s Fate Revealed! Cast Members Respond To Martha Stewart!

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The latest season of Orange Is The New Black just dropped, so it?s no wonder that everyone?s clamoring for Orange Is The New Black Season 4 spoilers, especially those who can?t afford to binge watch the entire thing. Never fear, The Bitbag is here!

The most explosive spoiler coming out of the gate is the fact that beloved character Poussey dies at the penultimate episode of the current season. According to Romper, the death occurs during a peaceful protest held by the inmates against Desi Piscatella, the prison?s new captain of the guards. However, the protest becomes violent and Bayley ends up accidentally strangling Poussey to death while fighting off Suzanne. Suzanne was shown in an earlier trailer as being in a hospital bed.

While Poussey?s death is going to shock a lot of fans, Romper believes that her death sends out an important political message, declaring ?It stood for the loss of good, it stood for the loss of love. It stood as a political statement in Black Lives Matter, which was a topic of conversation for those that mourned Poussey the most. It stood for brutality, and unnecessary violence.?

Cast members also shot back at Martha Stewart after the homemaking mogul claimed that the show was ?not as good as the real thing? and that ?the real characters are better.? It should be recalled that Orange Is The New Black had introduced a character loosely based on Martha Stewart at the end of season 3.

Vanity Fair, which sponsored the show?s premiere at the New York?s School of Visual Arts Theatre, caught up with the cast and asked for their opinion on the diss. Two-time Emmy winner Uzo Aduba remarked that ?I?d tell her I?ve never been to a real prison, so it would be foolish for me to say something is not as good as another thing without having seen it. And I think the opposite is quite the same. I hope she would watch the show and give it a chance.?

Show lead Taylor Schilling, on the other hand, said that Orange Is The New Black is ?genuine and honest and a real representation of women.? She further adds that the show is “about women embracing themselves and even their flaws. It’s a breath of fresh air to see women portrayed so authentically onscreen. I’m so proud what the show stands for and she should watch and find out.”

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