Season 7 begins when Caputo has a perfect experience by thinking about restorative justice. On the other hand, she tries to keep her teenage daughter away from the problems during this period, and Piper and Cal get rid of their responsibilities. They are used to it but for a short time, Blanca moves again through the legal system.
Instead of leaving us to wonder what's next, the finale whispers the question of, where do we go from here? This, to me, is a conclusion that feels true and honorable, that isn't necessarily a happy ending but a right one that satisfies.
Every season of Orange of the New Black has been accompanied by despair. That despair, however, has never felt more acute than it does in Orange is the New Black season seven, the show's final go-around.
There are moments throughout the 13 episodes when you might also wish to seek release, but don't bail before the poignant final bows over the end credits, which remind us what a remarkable and diverse ensemble once wore the orange.