‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season 7 Episode 11 Recap: ‘God Bless America.’

OITNB, Orange Is the New Black, is an American Comedy-drama web television. It was first released on July 11, 2013, on Netflix. Jenji Kohan creates it. It is based upon Piper Kerman’s memoir. Moreover, since its start of the release, it has been a popular show among all. It has seven seasons and 91 episodes released till date.

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This series has received a total of 12 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, and moreover including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series. It is about a woman in her 30’s in New York City who is sentenced to 15 months in Litchfield Penitentiary.

'Orange Is The New Black' Season 7 Episode 11 Recap: 'God Bless America.' 8In season 7 of the show, in episode 11, it is dominated by abomination at the PolyCon immigrant detention center. Orange is the new black in this episode took a whole new challenge for itself and turned and twisted the plot of the story. They recreated the storyline for the final season. The last season sheds off the expected behaviors of the characters that were observed in the last six years so far.

'Orange Is The New Black' Season 7 Episode 11 Recap: 'God Bless America.' 9There are emotional moments too in the series, and the one watching the series would want to stop crying over the scenes. One such scene is when Figueroa walked into the PolyCon detention center’s brand new courtroom, and it came up with the fact that it was being used for the juvenile hearings. The devastating moment was that it had so many children without parents not knowing anything that is going to happen in the next moment, and their helplessness breaks one’s heart. Then a flashback comes about Chaj who was raped and forced into a nine weeks pregnancy which she wants to drop when she was trying to get into America, and then Litvack refuses from transporting her into a medical clinic saying that there is no respect for the human life around that place.