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THE OA (2016) TV Show Trailer: Brit Marling Returns After Being Missing for 7 Years [Netflix]

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Netflix‘s The OA (2016) TV show trailer and TV show poster star Brit Marling, Ian Alexander, Will Brill, Emory Cohen, and Brendan Meyer. The OA‘s plot synopsis: “From creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, the eight-episode season follows Prairie Johnson (Marling), a missing blind woman who finally returns to her family after seven years with her sight restored. Though Prairie is said to “remember everything,” she refuses to talk about what happened to her during her time away from home, leaving viewers to contemplate what exactly befell her all those years ago.”

The OA Poster

The OA TV Show Poster

The OA TV Show Poster

Created by Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling, The OA looks very good. I love when a mystery is presented in a TV series that is slowly revealed over the course of a season. Stranger Things and Arrow: Season 2 did that well. I hope The OA does it well also, with well-laid twists and turns along the way.

Regarding those twists, the first question to be answered is the one surrounding Prairie Johnson’s blindness. The second question to be answered is where has she been for seven years.

The OA also stars Brandon Perea, Scott Wilson, Robert Eli, Marcus Choi, Chloe Levine, Paz Vega, and Ellewillow Campagna.

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