Netflix Today Released an Unannounced New Netflix Original Show




This week Netflix dropped a shocking announcement that they had a new Netflix Original Show called the OA Today.

Well it is not unusual for Netflix to drop a surprise show with only a few weeks or months notice this one was announced just a few days before it was released.

So what is The OA?

The story is abouta woman who may or may not have it together: Prairie Johnson (Brit Marling) who returns to her family seven years after she disappeared without explanation. When she went missing as a kid, she was blind, and now she can see. The series asks the audience to buy into the “unknown,” and Netflix describes it as a “powerful, mind-bending tale about identity, human connection and the borders between life and death.”

Who’s involved:

The show is created by the same team behind the 2013 thriller The East: Brit Marling, who stars, and Zal Batmanglij, who directs all eight episodes. And you’ve probably seen Marling’s co-stars before: Emory Cohen (Tony Fiorello in Brooklyn), Scott Wilson (Hershel Greene in The Walking Dead) and Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies.)

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