As the previous season finale of “Orange Is The New Black” puzzles everyone, there are now swirling rumors that its new installment is about to feature a major makeover. The future of the television show’s fan-favorite characters remains to be seen as it has been said that they have been transported to a new prison.

In fact, there are reports that Litchfield Penitentiary will be replaced and the inmates are going to have a new home. Is the coming “Orange is the New Black” Season 6 will be overhauled? In fact, in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Adrienne C. Moore, who plays the role of Black Cindy, teased what to come.

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The repercussions of the inmates’ decision

To recall, “OITNB” Season 5 tackled the prison riot that ignited because of Poussey Washington’s (Samira Wiley) death.

As the riot police blew up the bunker and held 10 fan-favorite prisoners, they were said to be sent into two unknown jails.

With that, it is assumed that “Orange is the New Black” Season 6 is going to have a new location and might not feature its entire core characters. “This season, I feel like it’s an amazing facelift," Adrienne C. Moore told the Hollywood Reporter.

At the end of the fifth season, some of the prisoners decided to stick together while there were some that chose to stay alone and look out for themselves. So in the coming new installment, the 37-year-old star teased that fans are about to see the outcome of these decisions.

A possible overhaul

Although the filming of “Orange is the New Black” Season 6 has begun in late July, it quite expected that most of the television show’s known characters are all going to be back.

However, as the cast members themselves didn’t know the series’ future, they have no idea who will be reprising their roles until they receive their scripts.

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“'Well, don’t you guys want us to know so we can go into the episodes [knowing] what we’re snaking toward?'”Adrienne C. Moore continued to say about the mysterious characters return. On the other hand, she explained that Netflix intentionally doesn’t want them to know who will continue their stint in the comedy-drama web series.

This might just prove the theory that the show’s creator Jenji Kohan decided to split the cast members into two new prisons. This will give her the opportunity to just focus the series on its main stars and leave the rest. But as Netflix and the program’s big bosses remain mum about it, fans should only take these assumptions with a grain of salt.