'The OA' Ending: 14 Clues You Might Have Missed [Part 1]

Britt Lawrence

It is the new Netflix series that has transfixed the imagination of viewers. The OA is a mystery drama with a mind-bending twist. Throughout the course of eight episodes, The OA unravels the yarn of Prairie Johnson (Brit Marling), a blind woman who went missing for seven years. In the series premiere, she returns as mysteriously as she vanished with one major difference, her sight has been restored.

As word of her miraculous return spreads, she settles on five people with whom, to share the fantastical story of her disappearance. By the time Season 1 of The OA comes to a close, you might be dealing with more questions than answers. As The Hollywood Reporter's interview with The OA's creators points out.

Given the expansive web The OA weaves, it is easy to have missed a few clues along the way. Below is the first half of fourteen (14) clues you might have missed that could help explain the ending of The OA. To read Part 2 on Inquisitr, click here.

Warning: The following article contains spoilers for The OA Season 1.

When did Prairie find the time to read all of them and construct her elaborate story? Especially when she would have only been able to begin reading them after her vision had returned.

When "the five" search the internet for the people Prairie claims have been abducted, no one can find any proof of their existence. Let alone their abductions. Even searches for Homer, someone with a supposed public profile, apparently turn up nothing, which is peculiar. Unless the video is a figment of Prairie's imagination.

What these clues could mean for the ending of The OA remains to be seen. The series has yet to be renewed for a second season by Netflix. Stay tuned to Inquisitr, to read Part 2 and learn the final seven (7) clues you might have missed. The OA Season 1 is currently streaming on Netflix.

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