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Others, corrections officers and inmates alike, simply want to survive, some long enough to make parole and others just to see the next day.The show's wheelchair-bound narrator, inmate Augustus Hill, explains the show, and provides context, thematic analysis, and a sense of humor.
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There are many groups of inmates throughout the show, and not everyone within each group survives the show's events. Mason Adams, Bill Boggs, Didi Conn, Peter Criss, Jonathan Demme, Charles S.The ensemble cast includes Lee Tergesen, Christopher Meloni, Ernie Hudson, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Harold Perrineau Jr., Eamonn Walker, Rita Moreno, Terry Kinney, Betty Buckley, Kathryn Erbe, B. In Australia, Oz was screened uncensored on the free-to-air channel, SBS.