I binged Netflix's new original, "The OA" today. I might liken it to Miyazaki films which inhabit their own space, with elements outside our conventional storytelling approaches, and plotting flaws, and yet are brilliant and moving films. I loved it. It isn't for everyone, and there are good reasons you might find it unsatisfying and even unlikeable. But it was a marvelous one-day binge. It's as hard as Jessica Jones, as weird as Mr. Robot, and as unexpected as Stranger Things. I don't think it's as exquisitely crafted as JJ or Robot. But The OA is fundamentally a hopeful story and an emotional television experience.