Another achievement in the field of science fiction series is The OA created by Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling. With imaginative storylines that is quite futuristic, witty and quality productions, The OA is definitely a series that you should not miss out. This sci-fi series was dropped on Netflix on 16th of December, 2016 and at present has two seasons. The OA stars Brit Marling, Jason Isaacs, Scott Wilson and Alice Krige in the lead role.
“The OA” is a phenomenal blend of science fiction along with mythology that brings together supernatural, and fantasy. With intricately layered episodes, the series brings us the story of a woman, who resurfaces after seven long years. The OA mindfully plays with both the interstellar and mythic elements, and hence it is both scientifically plus spiritually stimulating.
The OA explores the presence of parallel universes, and the fans have found this particular element quite interesting. The series has been very well-acclaimed by both the fans and critics as being one of the most mind-bending series premiering on Netflix.
The OA Season 3: Release Date
It has been reported that Netflix is going to cancel the production of the third season of The OA. But fans are still speculating that they might get a third season to tie up loose ends. But nothing is certain, and we still await the official confirmation that would reveal whether we will get a third season or not.
The second season was dropped last year on 22nd of March, 2019.
The OA Season 2: Cast
The OA features quite an interesting set of the cast who have pulled off their roles brilliantly in the show. This includes Brit Marling in the role of Prairie Johnson / the OA, Emory Cohen, Scott Wilson, Alice Krige, Patrick Gibson, Phyllis Smith, Broderick-Allen, Brendan Meyer, Jason Isaacs, Brandon Perea and Ian Alexander.
The OA Season 2: Ending Explained
The finale of the second season of this science-fiction drama The OA had revealed to us a new, meta dimension that we had assumed would pave the way for the third season.
Hap had told OA that he would take her to some other dimension, the dimension where she would not hate on him and where “everyone calls her OA”.
We see that Homer is unsuccessful in stopping them. This busting open of another speculating dimension would probably set up the premise of the third season if it would ever happen.