"Orange Is The New Black" Season 5 is honoring Poussey's death in a touching tribute. According to reports, artists have been commissioned to create murals in her honor.
According to a report from The Associated Press, artists from Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Melbourne, and Sydney will paint murals to honor Poussey. Netflix has given these artists the liberty to paint whatever they want, as long as they include Poussey's image. The network also requested to have the words "Stand Up" and "OITNB" added in their tribute to the character. This also gets people to talk about "Orange Is The New Black" Season 5.
Poussey is not returning for "Orange Is The New Black" Season 5 following her death in the penultimate episode of Season 4 in a freak accident. She died during an altercation between Crazy Eyes and Bayley. Poussey got pinned down to the ground with Bayley's knee pressed down hard on her back in her effort to break them apart. She died of suffocation since no one heard her cries for help amid the chaos in the prison halls.
It is unclear if "Orange Is The New Black" Season 5 will give justice to Poussey's death. The riot in the Season 4 Finale was supposed to honor her memory, but it turned into a collective protest from the inmates. However, Poussey's death clearly affected not just viewers but also Crazy Eyes. According to Metro, things are not looking good for Suzanne and she might be sent to the psychiatric ward.
There is a chance though that the media will hear about Poussey's death in "Orange Is The New Black" Season 5. Judy King is the inmates' hope to spread the word about the unjust treatment in the penitentiary. Last time fans saw she was ushered out of Litchfield in the Season 4 Finale amid the growing chaos.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.