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Orange Is The New Black's Fourth Season Heralds "The Rise of the Latinas"

The tension gets real

Megan Vick

If the second season of Orange Is The New Blackwas the rise of the black women at Litchfield prison, then the upcoming fourth season of the Netflix original series will see the Latina ladies have a shot at running things.

Selenis Leyva, who plays Gloria Mendoza on the series, told The Huffington Post that the groups within the prison will be more at odds than ever, and Latias are making a power play. "I think [Season 4] is going to be one of the most talked about seasons. There's a lot more conflict, there's division amongst the groups more than ever. This is the season of the rise of the Latinas and there's a lot of conflict within that," she said.

First look photos of Orange Is the New Black Season 4 show there's trouble in Litchfield

However, anyone looking to take control will have their work cut out for them with the huge population increase teased in the closing shots of the third season. Leyva teases that there's a lot of danger as everyone splits into their respective groups. "There's a lot of danger lurking around the corner this season. My heart was beating fast for the six months we were shooting," she said.

Are you ready for Gloria and her girls to take over? Orange Is The New Black returns June 17 on Netflix.