‘The OA’ Finally Returns! First Look at Part 2 of the Netflix Series (VIDEO)

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OA (Brit Marling) makes a call

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OA dons a straight jacket

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OA will work with Karim Washington (Kingsley Ben-Adir)

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BBA (Phyllis Smith) and the boys look for answers

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Will Karim find the answers he’s looking for?

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What’s on the other side of the glass?

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They say patience is often rewarded, and that’s certainly the case for fans of Netflix’s The OA which has finally set a return date after more than two years.

The mind-bending series will follow-up its first season with The OA Part II beginning March 22 on the streaming service (which gives viewers plenty of time to catch up on the eight-episode first season).

Following OA (Brit Marling) once again, Part II finds her in a different dimension and living the life of a Russian heiress. But even in another dimension, OA can’t escape Hap (Jason Isaacs) who takes her captive once again.

In this new dimension, OA will encounter a private investigator named Karim Washington (Kingsley Ben-Adir) who is working on finding missing teen, Michelle Vu. Meanwhile, back in the first dimension, BBA (Phyllis Smith), Angie (Chloë Levine) and the boys attempt to uncover the mystery revolving around OA’s story and prove her fantastical world to be real.

All of this and more are teased in the wild trailer below and the images above.

The OA Part II, Premieres, Friday, March 22, Netflix

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