6 episodes

From Where She Stands: The Official OITNB Podcast connects the storylines from Orange is the New Black with stories from real women whose lives have been impacted by prison. Hosted by Piper Kerman, author of 'Orange is the New Black: My Year In a Women’s Prison,' the show explores issues of identity, connection, and hope. Each episode features an exclusive interview with a cast member from Orange is the New Black and dives into real stories from women navigating the prison system in America.

From Where She Stands: The OITNB Podcast Netflix

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 77 Ratings

From Where She Stands: The Official OITNB Podcast connects the storylines from Orange is the New Black with stories from real women whose lives have been impacted by prison. Hosted by Piper Kerman, author of 'Orange is the New Black: My Year In a Women’s Prison,' the show explores issues of identity, connection, and hope. Each episode features an exclusive interview with a cast member from Orange is the New Black and dives into real stories from women navigating the prison system in America.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
77 Ratings

77 Ratings

Laeler ,

Real women, real stories.

What a well produced, compelling podcast helping to further shine a light on the US prison system. What a waste of money, hopes, time - that could all be put towards helping people move forward. There’s a movement to change how our prison system functions, here’s hoping this podcast helps make that happen.

GettingFitNik ,

Thank you

Thank you for this podcast. The show is fun to watch and hits home but this is absolutely gets to the nitty gritty.
Lack of touch for 2 years still screws me up 3 years later. One day people ‘in the free’ will understand how demoralizing prison is and doesn’t have to be. Keep shining light into societies dark corners and bringing awareness.

Colton Lee Taylor ,

Absolutely stunning

I always knew that our prison industrial complex was corrupt - watching OITNB made me see it from a different perspective. We are taught that prisoners are inherently bad, dangerous, evil. This is not the case - anyone who knows someone in the system knows this, however this podcast makes it very much a reality for people who don’t grasp that. This is amazing, gut wrenching, and oh so bjttersweet. I love this podcast - and we are only two episodes in. I admire Piper Kerman for using her position to open up a conversation and really bring light to these very real issues that affect every day Americans, not just people in prison. I look forward so, so much to every new episode.

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