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Why Brit Marling set 'The OA' in the Midwest: 'People are falling in love in Panera'

Brit Marling could have gone from the Chicago suburbs to Georgetown to Goldman Sachs to the next neat little box presented along her linear and stable progression of a life. Instead, she sent the man whose family she killed in a car crash to another Earth, became a time-traveling cult leader, infiltrated...

The OA’s Emory Cohen Defends the Movements

When you talk to Emory Cohen, it immediately becomes clear why he joined The OA, the show from Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, which stealthily dropped on Netflix around the holidays, and has beguiled, enraptured, and infuriated viewers with its sincerity, mysticism, and yes, dancing. "You gotta watch this show ... More »

‘The OA’ Ending: 5 Burning Questions For Season 2

If The OA gets a second season, it will have a lot of questions to answer. On the topic of The OA, the possibilities around Season 2, and the series providing answers, The OA‘s co-creator and star, Brit Marling told The Hollywood Reporter this. Show More Summary

‘The OA’ Ending: 3 Brit Marling Movies That Might Provide Crucial Context

Actress Brit Marling stars in and co-wrote the Netflix series The OA. If you are hooked on the enigmatic sci-fi drama and craving another wild tale involving its co-creator and star, while also hoping to gain context for the mind bending series, this article is for you. Show More Summary

BINGE-WORTHY AFTERTHOUGHTS: THE OA

Created and written by Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij (The East), the latest Netflix original delves into the inexplicable reappearance of Prairie Johnson (Marling). Having gone missing seven years ago, the previously blind Johnson returns home, now in her 20s and with her sight restored. Show More Summary

Episode 444: Prairie and Her Home Companions

On the Overthinking It Podcast, we tackle Netflix’s new show The O A, starring Brit Marling. Episode 444: Prairie and Her Home Companions originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]

‘The OA’ Ending: 14 Clues You Might Have Missed [Part 2 – Conclusion]

Netflix’s new series The OA is filled with various twists and turns that can capture the imagination. The OA centers on Prairie Johnson (Brit Marling), a formerly blind woman who mysteriously vanished seven years before the start of the series. Show More Summary

Overrated/Underrated: Post-holiday surprises in 'The OA,' and 'worst of' lists are the worst

UNDERRATED ‘The OA’ on Netflix: A propulsively structured story from “Another Earth” creator Brit Marling, this series arrived like some kind of surprise stocking stuffer for those looking to ride out a post-holiday hangover and/or coverage of current events. While binge-able, mystery-driven shows...

‘The OA’ Ending: 14 Clues You Might Have Missed [Part 1]

It is the new Netflix series that has transfixed the imagination of viewers. The OA is a mystery drama with a mind-bending twist. Throughout the course of eight episodes, The OA unravels the yarn of Prairie Johnson (Brit Marling), a blind woman who went missing for seven years. Show More Summary

‘The OA’ Ending: Creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij on That Controversial Finale

It’s been almost two weeks since Netflix dropped The OA, Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij‘s sci-fi thriller oddity. Which means a bunch of you have probably finished it by now. And if you’ve come to the end, you likely have some questions, starting...Show More Summary

'The OA' Creators Discuss Their Top-Secret Netflix Series and Potential Second Season

"There is a place that season two already begins in our minds," co-creator and star Brit Marling tells THR about the possibility of future seasons. read more

A Close Read of The OA’s Controversial Ending

This story includes major spoilers about The OA and Sound of My Voice, the 2011 film co-written by series creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij. We might even ruin A Prayer for Owen Meany for you. Don’t say we didn’t give you a warning.In the final moments of The OA ... More »

The ridiculous ending of 'The OA' betrays the series' best idea

I can't remember the last time I was more frustrated than with the ending of the first season of "The OA," a new Netflix series from Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, the talented filmmakers who have collaborated on "Sound of My Voice" and "The East." The pair - who co-write their projects, in which...

Brit Marling on The Secrets of ‘The OA’

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Writer and star of The OA is here to tell us what exactly is going on in her compelling new show.

THE OA Netflix Series Trailer, Clips, Images and Poster

"The OA" is a new Netflix series created by "Sound of My Voice" writer/director Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling that tells the story of Prairie (Marling), a blind woman who... For more, visit our blog !

Brit Marling on The OA, Netflix’s Surprise Show About Dying

As a surprise early Christmas gift, Netflix premiered an enigmatic new series called The OA on Friday. It's pretty much your run-of-the-mill mystery/sci-fi/coming-of-age/metaphysical thought experiment: A young blind woman (Brit Marling) vanishes, returns seven years later with her vision restored, refers to herself as "the OA," and gathers a group ... More »

The OA on Netflix Is TV's Weirdest New Show--All Our Questions and Thoughts While Watching It

Netflix's latest series, The OA, is, well, strange. Created by and starring Brit Marling, the sci-fi series came out with very little known about it. The series tells the story of Prairie...

Rostam Scores His Brother’s New Netflix Show “The OA”

“The OA” is a new sci-fi/drama series that debuted on Netflix today. Starring Brit Marling, it was also co-written by Marling alongside her frequent collaborator Zal Batmanglij—who happens to be the brother of Rostam Batmanglij. Now,...Show More Summary

Review: Netflix’s The OA Fails to Take Sci-Fi to New Heights

Strong performances by Brit Marling and Jason Isaacs get lost in an overly complicated mythology

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