Typically, the trailer would have come out in early May to promote the season that has been released in June for the last four seasons.

"This isn't home. this is not home!' a panicked Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes" Warren (Uzo Aduba) summarizes for her prison-mates at the top of the clip, only to be told sardonically by one of the guards: 'It is now'.

Picking up one week after the emergency response team stormed Litchfield Penitentiary, the ladies of Litch have been torn apart, literally and figuratively, as they enter a new facility in the sixth season of Orange Is The New Black. OitNB always did a great job of balancing the light and dark sides of its milieu, but we're feeling the sisterhood of GLOW over more Handmaid's Tale-style lady misery. The temptation to flip is in the air in the new trailer and it looks like some of those close friendships will be put to the ultimate test when better deals are offered.

Pompeo shrugs off North Korea's 'gangster' rebuke
The 1,200-word statement, attributed to an unnamed Foreign Ministry spokesman, outlined North Korean thinking at length. It said the US side had shown little interest, giving "certain conditions and excuses".

But Aduba's character appears to have a hard time adjusting to her new "home", as well as her new garb - she now wears a pink jumpsuit instead of the series' orange staple. The events of the three-day riot left the inmates' lives forever changed as they fought for redemption, resolution, and the respect they deserve, ending with personal triumphs as well as heavy consequences as inmates were ultimately loaded into buses, separated, and taken away to new prisons.

Lolly will also be back.

Season 6 of Orange Is The New Black premieres on Netflix on July 27. Can July 27 get here already?!