“You’re gonna get a little more of this in the second season,” said star Piper Laurie, who plays Blue Bloods co-worker Angelica, who is gay.
“The second season is gonna be about the first and the first part of the season is going to be the love triangle, and it’s going to really be a big part of what we’re doing.”
Laurie, who stars in the first season, also shared the premiere episode’s title, “The Truth,” which she said was inspired by the first scene in the Netflix documentary “Orange Is The New Black: The Truth.”
“We’re going to do that in the premiere, ‘The Truth,'” Laurie said.
I think what we have in this is a very honest person, and I want you to know, she’s very, very honest. “
She is a real person and I think that it’s important to say that, because sometimes in life, we have to make a judgment about people’s honesty.
I think what we have in this is a very honest person, and I want you to know, she’s very, very honest.
I just think it is a beautiful, beautiful thing that you get to see that.”
Laurier, who played the lead in the original show, has said that she is “very excited” to return to the series.
“I love this show,” Laurie said in a press release announcing the news.
“It’s very special, and the writers and the cast are all amazing.
I’m so excited to be back, and so very grateful to the fans for supporting the show.”
Orange Is… is available on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.