It looks like the interpretive dancing that was powerful enough to prevent a school shooting (sort of?) will return in The OA season two — yep, Netflix's weirdest original series is back.
The first trailer for the second season sees the return of Prairie Johnson (Brit Marling) and Dr. Hap (Jason Isaacs), who both appear to have successfully "jumped" into alternate realities, which house alternate versions of themselves. Prairie wakes up in a hospital in San Francisco and discovers that although it's the same year (2016) as when she was shot in the season one finale, Barack Obama not only isn't president but doesn't even exist. She also lives in a swanky apartment and seems to be called by her original Russian name (remember that whole flashback about her being Russian royalty in season one?).
With the help of a cynical private detective, Karim (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Prairie sets out to solve new mysteries in season two, which seem to revolve around a missing boy. Prairie also makes mention of Homer, so we'll just have to wait and see if her long-lost love (played by Emory Cohen) returns as well. Watch the first trailer above before season two begins streaming on March 22.