The OA: Season 3 – Netflix’s Updates about Trailer, Release Date, Plot and Cast!


The OA, i.e., The Original Angel is an American drama web television which involves mystery and showcases different elements of science fiction, fantasy and supernatural.

The OA: Season – Is the Trailer Out?

The series has completed two seasons till date each of 8 episodes each. The third season is on a waitlist by Netflix as of now. Season 1 and Season 2 of The OA have proved to be very successful though.

The OA: Season – Is the Release Date Confirmed?

The two seasons are quite an excellent beginning for the team. The previous two seasons got a lot of appreciation and followed up by the viewers.

The Season 1 of The OA made its appearance on December 16, 2016. After a long gap, the second season came up in 2019.

The OA: Season – What will be the Plot?

The story revolves around a young lady named Prairie Johnson, who had disappeared for seven long years. One day, she finally returns home to earth.

The surprising part is that the girl who got lost was blind, but her return made her see everything!!


Now, she calls herself, the OA. She does not disclose what all took place in those seven years.

They team up with the close associates to rescue all those people who were stuck. They also planned to open a portal to save them using OA.

The previous two seasons have caught the attention of many viewers who are now eagerly waiting for the arrival of the next season.

But it is heard that Netflix has not renewed the new season of The OA. This has left the fans in a very deplorable state.

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The OA: Season – Who will be in the Cast?

Brit Marling creates the series.


If the show resumes and the third season gets confirmed, the following actors will be characterized:

  • Brit Marling as Prairie Johnson
  • Jason Isaacs as Hunter Aloysius
  • Emory Cohen as Homer Roberts
  • Phyllis Smith as Betty
  • Alice Krige as Nancy Johnson
  • Patrick Gibson as Steve Winchell
  • Kingsley Ben-Adir as Karim Washington
  • Scott Wilson as Abel Johnson
  • Ian Alexander as Buck