I am proud to say that I have finished the entire second season within a day. Granted, I didn't beat the timing against my dad who watched it the moment it aired on Netflix and kept watching the series overnight. (I think there should be a Netflix AAA.)
Anyways, I am disappointed, relieved and shocked with how they ended the season. The thought of waiting a year just to see what happens with all of that intensity that occurred in the last episode is absurd! I hope they do a random episode sometime throughout the year. Some series do that, right? Like a Christmas special? Haha. Anyways, what did everyone else feel in regards to the season's ending?
Oh lmaooo. well I guess that that explains that then. I guess that the fans loved seeing another lesbian couple on their TV screens so much they they kept it up.
Yep! So even though it's "based on a true story," doesn't mean that it's all true, of course. They still have to do what the ratings need in order to keep the show popular.
My boyfriend was telling me the same thing! I thought that it was all true and I was thinking to myself, how terrible! I would have never lived one second longer if I was in Piper's shoes. But then he said that Larry never left her, Alex was in another prison the entire time and so forth. There was a lot of support from her family and friends throughout the entire yearly process.
It's unfortunate that people can't witness the true story of Piper and can, instead, see the media version. Hopefully more people read the book or actually look into the series' story to understand the full scoop. I have yet to read her book, but I hope to soon enough!