The latest season of "Orange Is The New Black" is almost here -- well on Netflix at least. Here's what its loyal followers can expect from what is dubbed as the streaming service's most binge-worthy series. Warning: Spoiler alert!

Why is "Orange Is The New Black" so binge-worthy?

Viewers are once again welcomed to Litchfield Penitentiary to pick up right where they left off. The scene when fan-favorite Poussey Washington (played by Samira Wiley) was killed off in the season 4 finale.

Now, the questions for season 5 come pouring in -- Is Daya going to pull the trigger? How Will Poussey's passing affect Taystee and Soso? Will Crazy Eyes be on her way to the Pysch ward?

Well, the cast members actually gave hints on what could happen in the latest season.

Dascha Polanco (Daya) said in an interview that she could see her character pulling the trigger, citing postpartum depression as the reason behind it.

Meanwhile, Danielle Brooks (Taystee) seems to be on an "all systems go for war," as she said that her character has nothing to lose and is willing to avenge someone she really cares for. Kimiko Glenn (Soso) on the other hand, said that she feels her character will have a hard time dealing with Poussey's death.

How about Crazy Eyes, then? According to Uzo Aduba (Crazy Eyes), her character has a "somewhat incapacitated" world view, so she left viewers to come up with their own predictions and asked how a person like that would act in the situation.

Cast member Taylor Schilling on Piper, being on the show

Concurrently, Taylor Schilling, who plays the role of Piper on Chapman on "Orange Is The New Black" recently spoke about her character and how she grew as one of the show's cast members.

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According to her, there were concerns that she didn't really think about before she was casted in the series. But now, she is very much vocal on her stand about being a proponent of prisoners’ rights. She said the prison system is “disgusting” and at “boiling point,” mentioning that it does need reform.

The character Schilling is playing is based on Piper Kerman. She is the author of the non-fiction book "Orange Is The New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison."

It can be noted that the show's first season was told through the eyes of Kerman. As the show went on, she evolved and no longer became the central figure of the series.

She also addressed the question if she will ever outgrow the role of Piper. Before she did "OITNB", she was casted alongside Ben Affleck, as his wife Christine in "Argo." Christine's role is that of a traditional Hollywood female actress, which was mainly used to explain something in the story.

With several well-played roles under her belt, she can definitely choose her next projects. “Those are the stories that I’m attracted to telling. Outsider stories really attract me. That’s where I feel that I can use myself to communicate best." she said.

Catch "Orange Is The New Black" on Netflix starting June 9.