Orange is the New Black was a series that paved the way for streaming platforms.
Debuting as one of the first Original Series that Netflix launched, for many people Orange is the New Black is what put the streaming site on the map, signalling a pivotal shift from prestige storytelling being gate kept by the likes of HBO to being available online.
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Considering just how huge OITNB was during its time airing from 2013 to 2019 on Netflix, one would think that the cast's salaries reflected its success.
Well, apparently not.
Kimiko Glenn played Brook Soso on the show for 44 episodes and she's telling all about what she was paid while working on the Netflix series.
The actor's comments come as SAG-AFTRA, a union representing about 160,000 Hollywood actors, has gone on strike. The strike coincides with the Hollywood writers' strike, which means that for the first time in more than 60 years, most film and television productions have stopped completely for the foreseeable future.
Actors on strike are calling for increased pay and residuals, which union members say have been reduced heavily by streaming services compared to traditional residuals from network TV replaying shows or movies.