There are moments throughout the 13 episodes when you might also wish to seek release, but don't bail before the poignant final bows over the credits, which reminds us what a remarkable and diverse ensemble once wire the orange. [22 Jul - 4 Aug 2019, p.7]
It isn’t very often that a show has such a satisfying ending. The entire season is filled of heartbreaking scenes followed by life affirming and hilarious moments that I cannot imagine any showing pulling off as well as the constantly excellent, diverse and charismatic cast. The new characters introduced to explore topical issues are fantastic and you feel as strongly for them as even characters who have been a regular since season 1.
Ending a long-running series is fraught with obligation — story lines must be wrapped up, questions must be answered, characters must be honored. It’s a daunting task for a show with such a sprawling ensemble — there are 19 stars listed in the opening credits alone — but overall, OITNB delivers.
The show’s humor is key to its appeal, but in the weaker midseason episodes, it can feel like spoonfuls of sugar to make the pedantic bitterness go down. ... And yet for all its faults, it’s difficult to think of another show that stares so unblinkingly at the most egregious excesses of American capitalism and bureaucracy and injustice, and does so while rarely losing sight of the humanity of the people, especially the women, involved.
There are several strong threads, including standout work here by Diane Guerrero, Laura Gomez and Taryn Manning, as well as a #MeToo storyline that actually sees a male character deal with whether actions he deemed innocuous at the time truly were.
Acabo de terminar la última temporada de OITNB , y me da gran entusiasmo decir que esta temporada es la mejor de todas , increíble como cada episodio de supera, y lo buen que maneja el humor negro y los momentos melodramáticos , realmente es una temporada muy cruel.
My low Rating has nothing to do with some "political Agenda". I acutally liked the ICE Part, it showed how **** up the situiation actually is, this wasnt fiction.
My problem with this season was the writing, they clearly tried to make us cry, and some parts really worked out fine. But nearly no one got a sattisfying ending.
Everything was so depressing, it wasnt even sad anymore.