‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season 2 May Or May Not Include A Pregnant Inmate

    August 2, 2013
    Chris Crum

If you’re still working on watching the first season or plan on watching it, you might want to avoid reading further for spoiler reasons, though it’s really only kind of a spoiler since we still don’t really know which way the story is going to go.

Netflix’s semi-new show Orange is the New Black has quickly created a great deal of buzz on the Internet (including search traffic). Many have already run through the entire first season and are thirsty for more. Luckily, Netflix announced before the first season even debuted that it would be returning in 2014 for another season.

I would imagine that we’ll be picking up details about the forthcoming season here and there as production progresses, but little is known at this point.

Dascha Polanco, who plays Dayanara Diaz on the show spoke with Vulture about drawing penises, Johnny Depp and her experiences working on the show.

Orange is the New Black

Looking for love in all the wrong places got Daya into Litchfield in the first place. She can thank her mom for that – conveniently, she’s just a few bunks over. #OITNB #Netflix

Buried toward the end of that interview, she’s asked about the second season and whether she’d be pregnant in prison. Here’s the relevant snippet:

What can you say about the second season? [SPOILER] Will you be pregnant in prison?

I don’t know! I have to wait for the script, too. I want to know if she’s really pregnant or just sick with the flu?

Oh, it could be that. Because she hasn’t taken a pregnancy test.

Yeah. Exactly.

Oh no. I just felt really sad. Really sad. I think I want her to have a baby with Bennett.

I know. That’s a good thing! That means I’m doing a good job.

Season 2 began filming this past Monday. A few pictures from the set have been released. The show has also picked up a new cast member, and promoted a couple of other recurring characters to regulars.


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