The OA may have a five-season plan, but Netflix received a portion of it before it was cancelled last month, leaving dozens of questions and arguments unanswered. In an interview with Collider, when the streaming giant announced that it would not host a fan-favourite series in the third season, series star Jason Isaacs expanded on OA and what he would like next season. Have seen it by our nature.
[Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglies] worked for five seasons when they were originally out. The entire first season was written in copies, and it took him two years to write. I think that’s why the show had such a unique voice, “Isaac said in-store. I don’t know what his decisions are based on. I respect him and praise him first for the commission, and I Grateful for two seasons. Yes, I knew where the third season was going and I had a great time. ”
“When they told me about the end of season 2, I went” Wait, guys, are you sure? This makes me short of fruits. What can you do next? “He remembered.” So they sat down and told me that 15 minutes later, my jaw was open. I can’t wait to start doing this … Season 2 was very different in Season 1 and Season 2 was going to be very different in Season 2. ”
“You’re imagining yourself falling in love with someone you love a lot, or you’re imagining yourself throwing rockets at another spaceship.