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Orange Is the New Black will be back early this summer.
Season two of the Jenji Kohan-created prison drama will debut on Netflix on June 6, when all 13 episodes will be available.
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The streaming service revealed the date via a poster teased after the credits rolled on the last episode of season two of the Beltway drama House of Cards, which premiered on Feb. 14.
While Laura Prepon won’t return as a regular on the acclaimed show, Danielle Brooks, Taryn Manning and Uzo Aduba were promoted to series regulars.
BuzzFeed first noticed the Netflix premiere date reveal. The streaming service later released a teaser clip:
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