The cast members of “Orange is the New Black” gave holiday treat to viewers by performing in ‘The Night Before Christmas’ poem. They gave a very fresh take on the whole poem. It was definitely hilarious.
It has been learnt that the cast of Netflix’s TV series, “Orange is the New Black” didn’t want to shoot for the Season 4 that day. SlashFilm reports, they instead decided to give Christmas greetings to the viewers. Do you know what they did? The actors- Uzo Uduba, 34; Taylor Schilling,31; Laverne Cox, 31 and Laure Prepon, 35 had fun delivering performance on a popular Xmas poem.
They definitely have a very good taste as they chose a classic poem for the occasion – “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” also known to many as “A Visit from St. Nicholas.” This poem by Clement Clarke Moore was adapted in such a way that it was just fit for the Litchfield prison of “Orange is the New Black”.
The girls could be heard referring to Santa as “an old white dude”. They go ahead and hop on Santa Claus and don’t mind robbing him of all the gifts stashed in the bag. Though the gifts were meant for them and they would have received them without stealing, people in prison can only have fun when they do something unlawful!
Listening to Kate Mulgrew’s Galina “Red” Reznikov in comedy-drama series, “Orange is the New Black” is always great considering her “Red” accent. No doubt, fans would always want to hear her crooning the “Twas the Night Before Christmas” too.
According to IndieWire, the “Orange is the New Black” Season 4 is in the making. It is speculated to premier in June or July of 2016 on Netflix. It has been reported that “OITNB” Season 4 would be an intense dramedy. The comic situations as expected would revolve around the life that takes place inside the prison.
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