Executive producer Anna Winger has insisted that the Netflix limited series based on Deborah Feldman's memoir of the same name is finished. “We’re not doing a sequel to this because we feel that we really told this story. It was always designed as a mini-series," she said. But Feldman has written a follow-up memoir titled Exodus that is ripe for a TV adaptation. "Though the road may be over for Unorthodox, perhaps it’s just the beginning for Exodus, Feldman’s follow-up memoir to Unorthodox," says Adrienne Westenfeld. "In Exodus, Feldman begins her life as a single mother outside the insular Hasidic community, traveling the United States with her young son. She also seeks to redefine her Jewish identity on her own terms, making a pilgrimage to Europe to retrace her grandmother’s experiences during the Holocaust. The creative team behind Unorthodox has been careful to delineate the lines between Esty and Feldman, arguing that only Esty’s life in Brooklyn reflects Feldman’s experiences, and that her life in Berlin is largely a fiction. If Netflix were to take up Exodus as a coda to Unorthodox, Feldman’s years in the United States would contradict Esty’s life in Berlin, yet Feldman’s journey to redefine her Jewish heritage in Europe could be fertile territory for Berlin-based Esty, who already lives in a city haunted by memories of the Holocaust."