The OA: Season 2 (2019)

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Season 2
The OA

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The OA's second season provides satisfying answers to its predecessors' most maddening enigmas, all while maintaining the singular ambience that fans have come to crave.

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Critic Ratings: 37

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Episodes

Air date: Mar 22, 2019

While private eye Karim Washington scours San Francisco for a missing teen who was involved in a cryptic game, OA wakes up in unfamiliar surroundings.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2019

At the clinic, OA discovers what happened to her friends back at Hap's; Karim turns his attention to a doctor who worked for Pierre Ruskin.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2019

In Michigan, Steve begs the gang to try jumping to another dimension, and a presence in Buck's mirror inspires an unlikely pilgrimage.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2019

Karim visits Nina at the clinic for help finding the secret entrance to the house; Hap meets a fellow traveler, and Homer goes on a date.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2019

After a harrowing ordeal, OA and Karim find themselves locked inside a labyrinth of puzzles; nagging doubts prompt Homer to snoop on Dr. Percy.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2019

As BBA and the kids head west, an alarming news report forces them to speed up their plans; Jesse wrestles with lingering trauma from the shooting.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2019

Karim returns to the house with reinforcements, OA tries to access Nina's memories, and Hap offers to discharge Scott -- after one last experiment.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2019

While BBA and the others converge on the clinic, Nina persuades Hap to show her his research, and Karim unlocks one of the house's final secrets.

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Cast & Crew

Brit Marling
Prairie Johnson

Actor
Emory Cohen
Homer

Actor
Phyllis Smith
Elizabeth '`Betty" Broderick-Allen

Actor
Jason Isaacs
Dr. Hunter Hap

Actor
Patrick Gibson
Steve Winchell

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Brendan Meyer
Jesse

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Ian Alexander
Buck Vu

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Brandon Perea
French

Actor
Kingsley Ben-Adir
Karim Washington

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Will Brill
Scott Brown

Actor
Chloe Levine
Angie

Actor
Brad Pitt
Executive Producer
Dede Gardner
Executive Producer
Jeremy Kleiner
Executive Producer
Sarah Esberg
Executive Producer
Michael Sugar
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for The OA: Season 2

Audience Reviews for The OA: Season 2

  • 3d ago
    Amazing, unlike any other tv these days where's season 3?
  • Aug 27, 2021
    Manteve o padrão da primeira temporada!! Demais!!
  • Aug 16, 2021
    I discovered The OA the day that it first came out on Netflix in 2016. I was absolutely intrigued to discover this show that had had almost no advertisement, only a trailer that came out the week before release if my memories are correct. And boy was it good. I absolutely fell in love in love with this show that was, to me, so special and genre-breaking. Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij's writing was absolutely masterful and was a love letter to the power of storytelling. These people that had nothing in common suddenly had a very strong bond thanks to Prairie who appeared almost as a cult-leader. The characters were so well written and you had absolutely no idea where the show was going. And then, the season ended on this incredibly powerful scene that just left you wanting more. I had so many theories as to where the show would go and what could happen in season 2. Well, I was so wrong. This season starts off with a girl that goes missing and a private investigator who decides to find her. You can already see the changement in the directing of these new episodes. With more budget, you leave this sort of "dreamy" atmosphere to go to a more neon-like directing. And it's beautiful, it is, but it also feels like a different show altogether. But sadly, the direction isn't the only thing that changes. What made everything so special about season 1 - the poetry, the storytelling, the beauty of people bonding together - is all gone and leaves its place to this sort of f*cked-up fantasy/sci-fi dimension where the OA ends up talking to an octopus via telepathy and with this kind-of-but-not-really haunted mansion. It simply became a "Netflix" fantasy show (which is not a compliment) and ruined the image that I had of the first season and the love that I had for this show.
  • Aug 02, 2021
    An intelligent sci-fi drama that lure's you in on a slightly slow first season that is full of darkness and the art of being open to perception. The time is worth the investment and builds into a formidable second season that does not lack for story content or direction.
  • Jul 27, 2021
    absolutely fantastic - so sad it ended
  • Jun 28, 2021
    I really expected more than this after the first season... None the less, still wonderful. A little disappointing and a little forced compared to the first season but you just can't miss it! A must see after the first season. I really wish it would continue way beyond this season. It's unique and shouldn't have finished so soon without exploring all the endless possibilities that where presented. I'm still expecting more seasons or a sequel or spin off about all the travelers that crossed her path and their own stories and how everything connects together from their own soul and skin and how all the jigsaw fall in place. I would watch their stories forever!!
  • Jun 05, 2021
    Nothing made much sense. Desperately selling unfinished ideas, worn out psyche themes and by the end some main centrepieces, for example Prairie and Homer's love is left dangling or the significance of the house and the buildup to Karim's involvement ends with puerile portal visuals. Sold with poorly fitting and unfinished subplots and some computer-game aesthetics and, perhaps, some Stranger Things magic. At times I wished I could depart to another universe too. And that said ... it grew on me, loved the time-travel chorey, acting was mostly stellar and whilst written in the, 'I wonder what comes next oh Dungeon Master' style, this kookie show sold itself. Just.
  • Mar 04, 2021
    An incredible evolution from the first season with a mind bending sorry telling that leaves you ever more baffled at the end. A third season would have been well deserved.
  • Feb 01, 2021
    This show is one of the best I've ever watched. It's so encapsulating, there's is almost nothing I want more than to see what happens in season 3 (which is never coming)
  • Jan 30, 2021
    Another lockdown binge watch. Not really sure what was going on for much of the time, it was a maddeningly baffling yet annoyingly seductive story that for some reason kept me engaged to the end. Very strange!

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