The successful comedy-drama series Russian Doll is returning for the second season exclusively on the streaming service Netflix soon. The first season of the comedy-drama was premiered in Feb 2019 and after the show became popular, it was renewed for the second season four months later in June.
Russian Doll holds the rating of 7.8 out of 10 in the online database of information website IMDb and also copped the 4 Primetime Emmy Award nominations.
Russian Doll Season 2 OTT Release Date
The series revolves around the time loop concept, in which a software engineer, Nadia Vulvokov, is gearing for her birthday party later she finds herself in an ongoing time-loop that follows her death and revival, again and again.
Netflix sharing the release date on Mar 7 dropped the Season 2 date announcement video, with the caption, ” The Universe is Back on Its’ Bulls@%t.” Russian Doll Season 2 will be premiering on 20 April 2022 exclusively on the digital platform Netflix.
Russian Doll Season 2 Trailer
Fans of the series are really excited as their favorite show is returning for season 2 after a hiatus of 3 yrs. Talking about the story of season 2, there is not much known as the maker hasn’t uploaded a teaser or trailer yet. However, we will be up to date with this post whenever the official trailer or teaser of season 2 be unveiled.
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Star Cast of Russian Doll Season 2
Season 2 will see Natasha reprising her main lead role of Nadia Vulvokov, Greta Lee as Maxine, Yul Vazquez (John Reyes), Charlie Barnett (Alan Zaveri), Elizabeth Ashley (Ruth Brenner), they all are returning for season 2, Canadian actress Annie Murphy, Carolyn Michelle Smith, Sharlto Copley is roped in for the second season.
Russian Doll 2 Episodes
Season 1 had 8 episodes and the second season is also said to be consist of eight episodes though the announcement regarding this is yet awaited.
Russian Doll Season 2 Makers
Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland, and Amy Poehler served as the creator of Russian Doll, the first season was directed by Leslye Headland, Jamie Babbit, and Natasha Lyonne. The show is backed by Kate Arend, John Skidmore, and Ryan McCormick under the banner Universal Television, Paper Kite Productions, Jax Media, and 3 Arts Entertainment.
The cinematographer was Chris Teague and the editing had been done by Todd Downing and Laura Weinberg. The run time of the episodes of the first season was 24 to 30 minutes.