Back in the previous year, season 2 of mystery drama series The OA released on Netflix. Now everyone is wondering regarding the fate of the series and asking if the series will renew for the third season or not. So here is everything to know about The OA season 3:
What’s The Renewal Status For The OA Season 3?
Netflix declared the fate of the series back in August 2019. So there is bad news for everyone as the streaming giant canceled the mystery series for the third season. The series just dropped after two seasons, sadly. OA had got positive reviews for the visual effects, direction, and story, but despite that for now, there will be no third season for it.
Netflix had dropped many series like Aj and the Queen, Insatiable, Marianne, Spinning Out, Soundtrack, Osmosis, etc.
What’s The Reason For The Cancelation Of The OA Season 3?
The main reason for the cancelation of the third season of OA is budget issues. The cost of making the third season was very high so the streaming giant decided to drop the series after just two seasons.
When Netflix declared that they are not continuing the series, they issued a statement and said: ‘We are pleased of the 16 mesmerizing episodes of The OA, and are thankful to Brit and Zal for giving their concept and for understanding it through their unbelievable artistry. We will operate with them again in the future.’
Details Regarding The OA
On December 16, 2016, The OA debuted on Netflix. Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij produced the Netflix original series. In the series, we noticed that it focuses on a young woman Prairie Johnson, who was missing for seven years, and then suddenly she came back. On February 8, 2017, Netflix revived it for another season, which premiered on March 22, 2019.
The OA features an ensemble cast with Brit Marling as Prairie Johnson / the OA, Emory Cohen as Homer Roberts, Phyllis Smith as Betty Broderick-Allen, Jason Isaacs as Hunter Aloysius Percy, Patrick Gibson as Steve Winchell, Scott Wilson as Abel Johnson, Alice Krige as Nancy Johnson, Kingsley Ben-Adir as Karim Washington, and Ian Alexander as Buck.