The cancellation of The OA certainly isn't being received very well by fans who are now threatening to terminate their Netflix subscriptions. However, Brit Marling appears to be dealing with the news more gracefully, The show's co-creator and star has just posted an emotional message for fans.
Marling posted the lengthy message on her official Instagram account. Make sure to swipe through to read her full letter.
"Zal [Batmanglij] and I are deeply sad not to finish this story. The first time I heard the news I had a good cry. So did one of our executives at Netflix who has been with us since the early days when we were sketching out Hap's basement on the floor of our production office in Queens. It's been an intense journey for everyone who worked on and cared about this story," Marling wrote. She also thanked Netflix and the fans for their support.
"We feel profound gratitude to Netflix and the people we have worked with there for making it possible to make Part I and Part II. We feel proud of those 16 uncompromised hours. In large part, millions upon millions of you have given us this sense of pride by watching--with the comments you've left, the art you've made, the Reddit theories you've sown, the movements you've performed in public squares, bedrooms, nightclubs, and backyards all over the world," Marling wrote.
She then concluded with a reference to the final moments in the Season 2 finale.
"Steve Winchell will be suspended in time in our imaginations, infinitely evolving, forever running after and finally reaching the ambulance and OA," Marling wrote.
Netflix did not reveal why the show has been canceled. In the meantime, fans can continue streaming The OA Season 2.