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Russian Doll Season 2: Release Date & Watch Online

Russian Doll is one of the famous comic web series on Netflix. Season 1 of Russian Doll had received a lot of appreciation from fans stood as super hit series. Now everything is set for the Russian Doll Season 2 release. To know more about Season 2 including release and Synopsis read this article completely.

Russian Doll Season 2 Release Date

After a long waiting Russian Doll season 2 will be released on 20th April 2022 on Netflix. Everyone expecting, just like season 1 even season 2 also will be a feast to the audience. People with comic sense will definitely love the Russia Doll series. Guys you can start counting days to enjoy upcoming series on Netflix.

Russian Doll Synopsis

Russian Doll is a famous American comedy-drama streamed on Netflix. It was directed by Leslye Headland, Jamie Babbi, and Natasha Lyonne. Season 1 was released in April 2019.

Natasha Lyonne played a lead role in Drama as Nadia. Once Nadia attended as a guest of honor to a birthday party in New York City. At the end of the party, she dies on that night again and again and relives that same night experiences different situations.

Nadia tried to find out to know what had happened to her. Finally, she realized that she was caught in a Time Loop. While she was trying to come out of that situation she met a man called Alan Zaveri, who is also facing the same situation. The rest of the story related to details how they came out of the situation.

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The director had done an excellent job to show every minute detail clearly. The way of narration, Natasha Lyonne’s acting, and comic sense have highlighted the show and added an X factor to the series.

Russian Doll Cast and Crew

Expecting the cast as in Season 1 and as per some reports can Anni Murphy be a new character in season 2. The main cast may remain the same as follows.

  • Natasha Lyonne as Nadia
  • Greta lee as Nadia’s friend
  • Charlie Barnett as Alia
  • Elizabeth as Ruth

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