'The OA' fans have created an online destination to celebrate the canceled Netflix series

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The OA was something special, and its fans are now finding ways to rep both the show and its big ideas in their daily lives.

We know by now that the canceled Netflix series wasn't for everyone. But creators Brit Marling (who also starred) and Zal Batmanglij blended an assortment of sci-fi and supernatural elements together into a stew that practically demanded further conversation.

For two seasons, Marling and Batmanglij weaved a mystery that was as enthralling as it was cryptic. It's the kind of story that begged for the sort of fan theorizing that trails lots of other popular shows, especially as it leaned into more off the wall ideas like dimension-hopping and making magic through dance. Read more...

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