Netflix has canceled The OA the dazzling fantasy drama series co-written by Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, four months after the start of the second and probably final season. In the show, which debuted in December 2016, Marling was seen as Prairie Johnson, a once-blind woman who returns home after seven years of disappearance and mysteriously restores her eyesight] The Hollywood Reporter that the network "unbelievable proud of "the" 16 fascinating chapters "of the program is. She added, "[We’re] Brit and Zal are grateful that they have shared their bold vision and realized it through their incredible art. We look forward to working with them again in the future, in this and perhaps many other dimensions.
Marling commented on the cancellation in a long Instagram post and wrote that she and Batmanglij are "deeply saddened not to finish this story." She continued, "
Batmanglij was more succinct in his social media laudatory "The OA (2016-2019)"
2017, with Marling talking to The Hollywood Reporter about the long-term vision and reach of the show. "From the beginning, when we dreamed a story on our own day, we definitely thought, 'How can we construct something that ends satisfactorily in many seasons? So there is an end and there is an answer to every puzzle and nothing is done just to be healthy and angry. It all goes somewhere. And whether we can say that or not, I certainly hope so. There's a place where the second season is already starting and ending. "