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The Awful Truth trope as used in popular culture. A truth so awful it must be kept from the players/characters, as it is deemed a serious threat to their …

Movie Review: There’s life after death in the twisty, soapy science-fiction indie The Discovery

The Discovery, Charlie McDowell’s Sundance-approved Twilight Zone weepie, fits neatly into a subgenre one might call The Brit Marling Movie. No, it doesn’t actually feature the statuesque star of Another Earth, Sound Of My Voice, and I Origins. Show More Summary

Brit Marling: "We Don’t Need to Cover It All Up—Imperfection Is Where It’s At”

Brit Marling, creator of the Netflix show The OA, discusses imperfection and beauty in the April 2017 issue of Glamour.

The OA's Brit Marling Discusses Taking Criticism in Hollywood

Brit Marling takes the cover of Interview magazine’s March 2017 issue. The 34-year-old The OA star was interviewed by Malcolm Gladwell for the mag – here’s what she shared: On developing a thick skin over critique: “I think I do definitely have a toughness. And who knows where this sht comes from? I mean, look, [...]

Brit Marling’s The OA and The Sound of My Voice Caution Against Not Believing Women

2 months agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

After watching the wonderful weirdness that is Netflix's The OA, I began to think about the similarities between it and star/creator Brit Marling's feature film, The Sound of My Voice. The two have several motifs in common. However, and more importantly, they both seem to focus on the importance of believing women about their own experiences. Show More Summary

6 Things We Know About 'The OA' Season 2

3 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Co-creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij aren’t saying much, but here's what we do know.

'The OA' Renewed For Second Season By Netflix

Good news, The OA fans – the show will be back. Netflix just picked it up for a second season, according to THR, though it’s unclear for how many episodes and when it will premiere. In case you’re unfamiliar, Brit Marling stars as Prairie Johnson, a blind woman who went missing for seven years and [...]

Brit Marling’s Delightfully Weird Netflix Series The OA Gets a Second Season

3 months agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

If you haven't yet watched The OA on Netflix, you've been missing out on one of the most well-crafted, thought-provoking, and delightfully weird sci-fi/supernatural stories ever. Well, now you have a great reason to catch up, because Netflix has announced that the show will be getting a second season with the teaser after the jump.

Netflix Announces “The OA” Season 2, Reveals Teaser: Watch

Netflix has shared a cryptic teaser, announcing the second part of the supernatural mystery series “The OA.” A premiere date has not yet been announced. The first season of the Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij-created show debuted in December. Show More Summary

Newswire: Netflix renews The OA and Love

Netflix announced today that it has renewed the opaque sci-fi drama The OA and its dark romantic comedy Love for new seasons. The OA, co-created by and starring Brit Marling, was a surprise addition to Netflix’s catalog in December.Show More Summary

The OA Renewed for Part 2 at Netflix

Netflix has renewed The OA for a second season, the streaming service announced Wednesday at a press event. The mystery series, which was created by and stars Brit Marling, follows a young blind woman named Prairie (Marling) who goes missing and returns after seven years with her sight restored, now... Read More > Other Links From The OA Love

'The OA,' from Winnetka native Brit Marling, renewed for Season 2 at Netflix

Netflix has greenlit "The OA" for a second season, just eight weeks after the first installment of the mind-bending supernatural drama debuted. "The OA" is written and produced by Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij. In the series, Marling (pictured above) stars as Prairie Johnson, a young blind woman...

Netflix Renews The OA for a Second Season

The OA is going to live again. In a conversation with Vulture today, co-creator and star Brit Marling revealed that Netflix has picked up part two of the supernatural drama. As the first series ended on a note of serious mystery, it could potentially pick up anywhere – and in ... More »

Netflix's Beautifully Weird Series 'The OA' Is Getting A Second Season

Netflix's beautiful, perfect, and mysterious show The OA—which was created by Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij—will be getting a second season, which they're calling Part II. The announcement was made at a Netflix event this morning,Show More Summary

Join Us for a Live Talk With The OA’s Brit Marling

If you enjoy mysteries and movements, you’ll want to check out Vulture’s Facebook page tomorrow for our talk with The OA’s Brit Marling. The series, created by Marling and her collaborator Zal Batmanglij, made its debut in December, surprising Netflix users with a twisty tale that incorporates complex mythologies, near-death ... More »

Brit Marling’s Impossible Dream

One summer, when Brit Marling was a kid at camp in Wisconsin, she told ghost stories late at night to the girls in her cabin. At first, everybody loved this. But after a few nights, something changed. “I think things were just percolating in everybody’s imaginations,” says Marling. The camp ... More »

WTF Is The OA? Netflix Tasks Stranger Things, The Crown and More to Explain

WTF is The OA? It's a question that has been plaguing viewers since Netflix started its stealth promotion and subsequent release of the series from and starring Brit Marling. What Is...

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 »


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

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