In Russian Doll Season 2, Nadia is back. The Netflix series Russian Doll follows a young woman who keeps dying and reliving her 36th birthday party. Russian Doll Season 1 ended with the death of Nadia’s husband Alan on her 36th birthday–but what happened next? Russian Doll season two will answer that question! Russian Doll Season two is set to premiere in 2021. Russian-doll season one was a hit with audiences, and Russian Doll season one ending left so many questions unanswered.
About Russian Doll Season 2
With every death, more and more people fell in love with the first season of Natasha Lyonne’s 2019 twisted time-loop comedy Russian Doll. Here’s everything we know about it so far. With the release of the whipsmart dark comedy Russian Doll in February 2019, Netflix’s glittering conveyor belt of popular TV series delivered yet another treasure. Russian-doll season one was a hit with audiences, and the Russian doll series finale left so many questions unanswered.
Russian Doll was originally intended to be a three-season series, and considering how well season one performed, it appears like Netflix will keep that promise in the future. Lyonne previously told The Hollywood Reporter, “We absolutely presented it as this three-season notion, and yet it’s so intriguing to think about how that molds and evolves in the time since we made it.”
The Second Season of Russian Doll: Release
We’re not quite sure yet. New episodes of the show will be “coming shortly,” according to the season two confirmation release. Russian Doll is one of several Netflix shows that has been delayed for a long time owing to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, so it may take a bit longer than expected.
Production on the film resumed in early 2021, with a summer debut planned.
The Second Season of Russian Doll: Star Cast
- Natasha Lyonne as Nadia Vulvokov, a software engineer who finds herself reliving her 36th birthday party in an ongoing time loop wherein she repeatedly dies, and the process begins again.
- Brooke Timber portrays Nadia as a child.
- Greta Lee is Maxine, Nadia’s friend, who throws her 36th birthday party.
- Yul Vazquez is John Reyes, a real estate agent and Nadia’s ex-boyfriend, who is currently in the process of divorcing his wife.
- Charlie Barnett as Alan Zaveri, a man who is also stuck in a time loop like Nadia.
- Elizabeth Ashley as Ruth Brenner, a therapist and close family friend of Nadia and her mother.
- Kate Jennings Grant portrays a young Ruth.
Russian Doll Season two will explore Russian doll culture and how it relates to Nadia’s story. Russian dolls are usually not a part of someone else’s life until they die – which makes us wonder if there could be more than just one layer to Nadia’s Russian Doll series.
Russian Doll Season Two Spoiler
Natasha Lyonne’s Russian Doll show ended on a major cliffhanger, and with every new detail Netflix releases about the second season, we all get more excited for it. Russian doll series one left us wondering how everything would continue in Russian Doll season two, but now that trailers are out, here are some spoilers:
Season One ends with Natasha discovering Alan died before he was supposed to be born–meaning if she travels back in time again, then nothing bad should happen because she already lived through it (so this means there’s an infinite amount of ways they can go).