Orange is The New Black season 3 premiere date and plot details
Netflix will reportedly announce Orange Is The New Black season 3 premiere date this February.OINTB/Facebook

Orange Is The New Black is a drama-comedy that chronicles the lives of a group of women serving jail sentences in the Litchfield Federal Correctional Institute.

According to reports, Netflix may announce the premiere date of Orange Is The New Black season 3 in February.

All the new episodes are expected to be released in June.

Here are a few plot spoilers:

Alex back in prison?

Laura Prepon, who stars as Alex Vause in OITNB, spoke with US Weekly about being on the sidelines for so many episodes in season 2.

She said, "It sucked because [show creator] Jenji Kohan and I wanted me to be in it more, but with the schedule, it didn't happen."

"I was so bummed out. But I handled it, so I'm in every [episode] in season three. It is so good," she explained.

Going by her interview, it looks like Piper's plan to bring Alex back to Litchfield prison will be successful.

Alex and Piper have a new love interest

Australian Model Ruby Rose has reportedly been roped in to play the love interest of the main characters Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) and Alex Vause (Laura Prepon).

After two seasons of being enemies, lovers, and then enemies again, this torrid love affair might finally be reaching a close as new inmate Stella Carlin enters the picture.

Model Ruby Rose will be coming to the show to add tension between the two, as Chapman and Vause will both fight for Rose's character's affection.

Is Vee Dead?

Lorraine Toussaint teased the fate of her character in season 3.

Vee is an inmate at Litchfield Federal Prison, incarcerated for supplying illegal drugs. Season 2 ended with Vee getting hit by a van as she attempted to escape from prison.

"Vee is dead," she dished to People Magazine.

When asked if Vee will stay dead, she replies, "That's a metaphysical question. That's a very big question that involves the nature of the Universe and God and I'm not sure, we don't have enough time to cover for that."

According to a report in Entertainment weekly, Taystee will be devastated over Vee's death.

Danielle Brooks who plays Taystee Jefferson in the show said, "It's very emotional. It catches her off guard.

"She definitely goes on another journey with growing pains. We'll find out if she falls in love or if she doesn't," Brooks added.

Nicky Nichols will be back

Natasha Lyonne, who plays former drug-addict inmate Nicky Nichols, will be back for the 3rd season.

Lyonne, in an interview, also hinted that there will be a lot of bloodshed in the upcoming season.

She said on season 3, "In three words: So much bloodshed."

Crazy Eyes will bounce back

Uzo Aduba, who plays Crazy Eyes in the hit series will bounce back from an emotional setback, which she suffered in season 2. She felt used by Vee in the last season and had an emotional setback.

According to a report in Ecumenical News, Crazy Eyes will be shown getting back to her normal self as the show returns for season 3.

Crazy Eyes, played by Uzo Aduba, is an emotionally unstable lesbian, who has had a violent past. In season 1 she tries to seduce Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling).

Changes in prison

After Fig (Alysia Reiner) steps down from her role as assistant warden on misuse charges, she was replaced by Joe Caputo (Nick Sandow).

According to a report, Caputo will make changes in the prison next season.

In an interview with Vulture, Nick Sandow dished details about his character and the changes he will make to the women's prison.

Sandow said: "How do I think he's going to run it differently? It's a good question. I don't think Caputo really knows. I don't think he's the kind of guy that has any plan. I don't think he's the kind of guy that has absolutely anything up his sleeve. On the first and second day of his new job, he's just trying to keep his head above water. Do I think that he'll go about it without embezzling and these other things? Yeah, I think that he's got a sense of wanting to do the right thing."