The OA Is Coming Back for a Second Season
Netflix has renewed its latest bingeable thriller, The OA, for Season 2 - and it has the cryptic teaser trailer to prove it. At least now you have time before the second series returns. There's no information yet on release date or episode count, but co-creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij are expected to return for the next round. The show begins with a missing blind girl in her twenties, Prairie Johnson (Brit Marling), who comes home to the community she grew up in with her sight restored.
Netflix is already giving Season 2 more publicity than the first round, dropping this 15-second announcement video for "The OA Part II":"Coming: The OA Part II".
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It's possible that you, reader and Peak TV devotee, are now thirsting for more episodes of the cryptic pseudo-sci-fi miniseries The OA, which premiered in December on Netflix. The first season got mixed reviews however, through word of mouth, the viewership for the thriller series has increased phenomenally in just two months. She recruits five new allies (four local teenagers and their teacher) for a mysterious mission, spinning a wild tale of trauma, abduction, weird science, and interdimensional travel.
Batmanglij and Marling have made it very clear that their show was created to run for multiple seasons, and that they hoped to get renewed by Netflix. But in an interview with TheWrap following the show's debut, Batmanglij teased that he and Marling had a plan for the series to continue should it be picked up for more episodes.
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