It’s been over a year since Netflix canceled ‘The OA,’ a fictional series starring Brit Marling and Jason Isaacs, which has been a huge disappointment to fans.
During an interview with Digital Spy, Isaacs was asked if there was a chance that Netflix would reconsider their decision and produce a new season.
Sadly, the star said she didn’t believe the idea.
“The fans have already asked for a lot, there was a big movement last year. But it won’t come back, I don’t think. But do you know what’s cool? We have had two amazing seasons! It is perhaps the brightest, most original and most creative production that I have been involved in in my 32 year career.
He also said he still regrets the cancellation, but is proud to have been on the show.
“If you have Netflix I suggest you watch it because this series reinvents the genre and is so unpredictable that nothing goes as planned. The spirit of Brit Marling [protagonista e co-roteirista] it’s good. I was shocked when I heard about the cancellation, but I’m proud to have been a part… there is at least two seasons something different from anything you will see.
Watch our Season 2 review:
Criticism | The OA season 2: the two most rewarding years of hiatus of your life
The series begins when a blind girl, Prairie Johnson (Marling), missing for seven years, reappears with regained sight. Prairie is unable to speak of the years that have passed for her parents and the FBI. But during the investigation, secrets of his disappearance and miraculous recovery will surface.
The cast includes Brit Marling, Patrick Gibson, Brendan Meyer, Emory Cohen, Scott Wilson, Phyllis Smith, Alice Krige, Brandon Perea, Ian Alexander and Jason Isaacs.
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