Netflix can kill The OA, but it can’t kill a movement – #SaveTheOA understands the stakes of the streaming wars.

Netflix can kill The OA, but it can’t kill a movement – #SaveTheOA understands the stakes of the streaming wars.

5 Replies to “Netflix can kill The OA, but it can’t kill a movement – #SaveTheOA understands the stakes of the streaming wars.”

  1. I support this movement. Season 1 was slow and strange but kept me interested just enough to see what season 2 had to offer. Then season 2 proved the show could get better. Much better. The production quality drastically improved. The plot became more intriguing albeit a little difficult to follow at times. The addition of new characters was refreshing. And most importantly, season 2 had less dancing. I was/am really looking forward to a season 3.

  2. I loved every second of this crazy, whacky, confusing, brilliant, beautiful show. Both seasons. I would love to see it play out a little longer.

  3. There hasn’t been one single show on netflix or wherever that made think: “this deserves another season.”

    This is the first one.

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