During an interview with Esquire, Marling and Batmanglij expressed their enthusiasm over a possible renewal on Netflix. When asked if they were willing to do future seasons, Marling replied, “Oh yeah, we'd of course love to keep telling the story, and we've spent some time thinking about the mathematics of where it would go.”
Batmanglij explained, “We planned out a larger story when we started, because we didn't want to go into it without having the larger picture planned out---I think the audience can always tell that, or feel it. But we also wanted it to be its own standalone piece.”
He added, “So again, I think the novel analogy works really well, it's a novel, but it could easily be a series of novels. And I think it would be best as a series of novels!”
Marling admitted that leaving the ending open and as well as leaving questions unanswered was exciting enough. Batmanglij assured that whether they get commissioned for more seasons or not, the series was designed as a thought-provoking mystery and that it was up to the viewers to solve the series’ riddles.