Season 2 if The OA, a low-tech metaphysical sci-fi series created by and starring Brit Marling, wrapped filming earlier this year with plans for a release sometime this summer or fall. The show was divisive among horror fans; while some considered it twisted mind-bender, others were distracted by a meandering narrative and an admittedly bizarre synchronized dance routine.
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I personally loved The OA, would recommend it highly, and can’t wait for Season 2. If you saw Season 1 and remain on the fence, a good Ending Explained video can help put everything into proper context, perhaps enhancing your appreciation for the series as a whole. To that end, have a look-see at YouTuber Why Stuff is Great’s The OA Ending Explained video below.
In addition to sorting out the nuts and bolts, this retrospective includes predictions and an exploration of the “Many Worlds” theory. Give it a spin and let us know what you think in the Comments section! If you haven’t seen The OA for yourself, bookmark this page for later and skip down to the trailer and synopsis at the bottom of the article.
Warning: Below There Be Spoilers!
Official Synopsis: Did you watch The OA and are now confused about the ending? In the video “The OA Ending Explained + Predictions and the Many Worlds Theory” I’m talking about the ending of The OA and give predictions about season 2. I also talk about the “Many Worlds Theory” that might be a big piece of the puzzle.
Official Synopsis: In addition to her role as creator and executive producer of this mind-bending series, Brit Marling also plays the role of Prairie Johnson, a young woman who returns home after a 7-year disappearance. Her sudden return is not the only miraculous occurrence: everyone is shocked to learn that Prairie is no longer blind. While the FBI and her parents are anxious to discuss Prairie’s disappearance, she won’t talk about what happened during the time that she was missing. Zal Batmanglij, the co-creator and an executive producer of the series, is the director of every episode.
The OA stars Brit Marling, Jason Isaacs, and Scott Wilson.
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