09 February, 2017
Netflix has decided that I was wrong to think The OA ended exactly as it should've after its first series, and has renewed the show for a second season. In a conversation with Vulture today, co-creator and star Brit Marling revealed that Netflix has picked up part two of the supernatural drama.
The series centers on Prairie Johnson, a missing blind girl, who returns to the community she grew up in with her sight restored.
The news arrives less than two months after The OA's first season hit Netflix, with nearly no advance hype.
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No release date has been announced for Season 2 yet but it's a safe bet that the new installments will feature plenty more mind-bending mysteries to unravel. In addition to her physical changes, she refers to herself as "The OA", something no one seems to understand. Ultimately, she seeks their help in finding other missing people. Jason Isaacs (the Harry Potter films), Phyllis Smith (The Office), Patrick Gibson (The Tudors) and Brenden Meyer (Mr. Young) also appear on the series.
Suffice to say, Season 1 of The OA left us with more questions than answers, but will "Part II" finally explain those mysterious dance moves?
Netflix released the first season of The OA back in December with little notice, but the show has been compared to the company's other breakout science fiction hit of 2016, Stranger Things.