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In addition to her role as creator and executive producer of this mind-bending series, Brit Marling also plays the role Prairie Johnson, a young woman who returns home after a 7-year disappearance. Her sudden return is not the only miraculous occurrence: everyone is shocked to learn that Prairie is no longer blind. While the FBI and her parents are anxious to discuss Prairie's disappearance, she won't talk about what happened during the time that she was missing. Zal Batmanglij, the co-creator and an executive producer of the series, is the director of every episode.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: December 16, 2016

Also Known As: OA, ОА |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

alternate dimension
dimensional travel

Company Credits

Production Co: Plan B Entertainment, Anonymous Content |  See more »


Samantha Lee Johnson
as Neighbor
Michael D. Joseph
as Neighbor
Tim Baylar
as Pedestrian
Jeanine De Bique
as Opera Singer
Will Brill
as Scott Brown
Michael D. Nye
as Stage Tech
John-Michael Lyles
as Quartet Singer #3
Hélène Patarot
as Mrs. Vu
Michael M Tatmon Sr.
as Park pedestrian
Alexa Marcigliano
as August
Audrey Moore
as Dr. Sally Bradfield
Jane Wall
as Line Producer
Robert Eli
as Principal Gilchrist/Mr. Gilchrist
Cliff Moylan
as Hornby
Ludwig Manukian
as Lionel
Phyllis Smith
as Betty Broderick-Allen/BBA - Betty Broderick-Allen/Elizabeth 'Betty' Broderick-Allen
Jeryl Ann Costello
as Nurse
Liz Burnette
as Nurse
Harold Cannon
as Tailor
Charissa Kroeger
as Octopus Dancer #1
Brendan Meyer
as Jesse
Debbie Pollack
as Head Nurse
Rosalind Chao
as Patricia Knoller
Faina Reinhardt
as Raven-Hair
Yusef Komunyakaa
as Guard
Milagros S. Linares
as Adele
Audrey Ebbs
as Dreamer 2
Sean Grandillo
as Miles Brekov
Shuler Hensley
as Mr. Winchell
Danielle Ferland
as Hospital Administrator
Bruce M. Stockert
as Man in Audience
Marcus Choi
as Mr. Vu
Liz Carr
as Dr. Marlow Rhodes
Zachary Gemino
as Carlos Sosa
Gabo Augustine
as Owen
Kseniia Dubovitz
Chris McCarrell
as Quartet Singer #1
Gavin Barnes
as Kid on Bus #2
Victor Slezak
as Kevin Harris
Jason Ferreira
as Nina's Classmate #4
Camrus Johnson
as Cory
Faith Logan
as High School Student/Neighbor
Molly Porteous
as Sonja Johnson
Vincent Kartheiser
as Pierre Ruskin
Kelly Jackson
as Anchorwoman
Susanna Frazer
as Mrs. Roberts
Olivia Boreham-Wing
as Teen Girl
Viktoria Stonebrooke
as Russian Girl
Michael R. 'Mikey' Berry
as Nina's Classmate #1
Dylan Marocola
as High School Student
Caleb Thomas
as Nightmare Phantasm
Kathryn Danielle
as Beth
Nancy Ellen Shore
as High School Teacher
Carolyn Ann De Melo
as High School Student
Alex Flash
as Hussar
Jake Hanson
as Orderly
Brit Marling
as Prairie Johnson/Nina Azarova/OA
Nikolai Nikolaeff
as Roman Azarov
Danny Guzman
as Adrian Sosa
Melora Walters
as Melody
Alex Fernandez
as Rob Blindheim (Bad Cop)
Paz Vega
as Renata
Galen G. Wathen
as Bar patron
Sorika Wolf
as Mickey
Gus Lynch
as EMT #2
Sebastian Marocola
as High School Student
Alice Krige
as Nancy Johnson/Nancy
Adam Ratcliffe
as Craig
Adetokumboh M'Cormack
as Bert Gabel
Hettienne Park
as Mrs. Vu
Nathan Moore
as Orderly
Travis Schuldt
as Handley
Ravin Patterson
as Mrs. Valen
Clayton Michael
as Deputy Bagierek
Philip Labes
as Patient #1
Miriam A. Hyman
as Tess (Basketball Player)
Eve Sigall
as Bookstore Owner
Dalton Harrod
as Quartet Singer #2
Katia Caso
as Cuban Concierge
Irène Jacob
as Elodie
Reven Lee Sandoval
as Sketch Artist
Spencer Barnes
as Kid on Bus #3
Chase Crow
as Ferry Passenger
Jeff Mantel
as Mr. Roberts
as Fola
Ivy Cordle
as Nina's Classmate #2
Svetlana Efremova
as Zoya
Alexa Demie
as Ingrid
Michelle Liu Coughlin
as Field Reporter
Felice Heather Monteith
as Ingrid Robinson (ER Nurse)
Zoe Chao
as Mo
Annemarie Lawless
as Aunt Lily
Jeff Redlick
as Bar Patron
Johnny Wactor
as EMT 2
Ryan Masson
as Earthen Field Young Man
Deirdre Madigan
as ICU Nurse
Sherlock Ganz
as Roadhouse Server
Harry Hains
as Noah (Big Blue Kid)
Daniel B. Roberts
as Daniel B. Roberts
Kirill Nikiforov
as Azarov's Assistant
Bria Vinaite
as Darmi
Mel Powell
as Salvador
Genevieve Adams
as Ms. Prescott
Earl T. Kim
as Engineer
Jason Isaacs
as Dr. Hunter Aloysius 'Hap' Percy
J.C. MacKenzie
as Dr. Mark Shea
Andrew Breving
as Parking Lot Dad
Anthony Pettine
as Theo
Shannon Walsh
as Jaye
Adam Blake
as EMT
Lisseth Chavez
as Carmen
Ryan Homchick
as Rod Spence
Myk Watford
as Eichler (Good Cop)
Patrick Gibson
as Steve Winchell
Cinda Adams
as Receptionist
Bruce E. Wayne
as Q Boy
Amelia Campbell
as Mrs. Winchell
Martha Millan
as Claudelle Sosa/Claudette Sosa
Tony Mirrcandani
as Al the Doorman
Jaxon Bartok
as Nina's Classmate #3
Shelly Levitte
as Student
Scott Wilson
as Abel Johnson
Peggy Lu
as Psych Ward Nurse
Yurie Collins
as Olive Garden Waitress
Justin Nelson
as Student
Juan Castano
as Mr. Bandy
Isabelle Kornblau
as High School Student
Melanie Ehrlich
as Ali
Caleb Ray Gallegos
as Eddie (Guy in Blue House)
Brian Sampson
as Melanu Clinic Orderly
Julie Rei Goldstein
as EMT
Jeffrey Mabery
as Paramedic
Nik Shriner
as Tree
Théodore Pellerin
as Liam
Chloë Levine
as Angie
Kailena Mai
as Woman on Ferry
Anastasia Lepin
as Valari
Taylor Masamitsu
as High School Student
Pat Frey
as Ray the Body Builder
Jana Lewis
as SFO Policewoman
Caroline Shaffer
as Brianna/Woman in Flannel
Sasha Frolova
as Young Woman
Isaac Delgado and His Orchestra
as Isaac Delgado and His Orchestra
Glenn Keogh
as Coordinator
Daniel Vasic
as Church Attendee
Joey Naber
as Boss/Driver
Sheila Vand
as Yassi
Victor J. Ho
as Banker in Sauna #2
Tess Hewlett
as Octopus Dancer #2
Emily Berry
as Authoritative Nurse
Kathleen Wilhoite
as Amy Broderick
Ian Alexander
as Buck Vu
Douglas Rowe
as Uncle Carl
Jacqueline Quale
as Ferry Passenger
Eijiro Ozaki
as Old Night
Eliot Brown
as Kid on Bus #1
K. Todd Freeman
as Masters
Tre Summers
as Chorus
Abigail Friend
as Student
Van Brunelle
as Donald
Valeri Mudek
as Joanne
Kurt Uy
as Reporter
Christian Harris Neeman
as Train rider
Hiam Abbass
as Khatun
Riz Ahmed
as Elias Rahim/Rahim
Michael Simon Hall
as Homer's Doctor
Ryan Porter
as SYZYGY Bartender
Madeline Bertani
as Young Alameda Nurse
Ego Mikitas
as Victor
Lana McKissack
as Dreamer 1
Julie T. Pham
as Denise
Robert Morgan
as Sheriff Stan Markham
Tom Sibley
as Banker in Sauna #1
Brandon Perea
as Alfonso 'French' Sosa/Alfonso Sosa/French
Dat Phan
as Bao
Jennifer Christopher
as Ruthie
Zoey Todorovsky
as Little Nina/Nina Azarova
Robbie Tucker
George Tsai
as Mark (Basketball Player)
Luke Matheis
as Film Crew
Annie Pisapia
as Shopper
Emory Cohen
as Homer/Homer Roberts
Hank Chen
as Homer's Roommate
Chase Baker
as Street Vendor
Peter O'Brien
as Duke
Anthony Batarse
as Other Worker
Owain Rhys Davies
as Dave (Audio Engineer)
And Palladino
as Costco Shopper
Daniella Jones
Sharon Van Etten
as Rachel
Julie Fitzpatrick
as Preppy Mom
Tim Bennett
as Pedestrian
Michael Cumpsty
as Dr. Leon Citro
Roger Brenner
as Nieghbor
Ashley Rivera
as Nina's Classmate #5
Mike Vaughn
as Goodwill Worker
Ryan Woodle
as Jason
Chhaya Nene
as Psych Ward Nurse Aide
Cynthia Mace
as Evelyn Markham/Skin Store Proprietor
Danyer Toledano
as Handsome Cuban Man
Jack DiFalco
as Jimmy
Kingsley Ben-Adir
as Karim Washington
Thomas W. Stewart
as Pedestrian
Morgan Lee
as Dealer
James Haruo Saito
as SF Pedestrian
Jesse VanDerveer
as Neighborhood Child

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 8 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

GLAAD Media Awards 2017


GLAAD Media Awards

Outstanding Drama Series

Golden Trailer Awards 2017


Golden Trailer Awards

Best Fantasy/Adventure (TV Spot / Trailer /Teaser for a Series)

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