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Russian Doll will be back for a second season on Netflix.
Cindy Holland, vice president of original content at Netflix, and Natasha Lyonne, the co-creator, writer, director, and star of the show, made the announcement onstage with Recode’s Kara Swisher at the 2019 Code Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Tuesday.
“Want to do a season two, Natasha?” Holland asked Lyonne.
“Me, Cindy? Same show, just weirder? Are you sure?” Lyonne replied. “Nadia Vulvokov is a coder, as you know, so I guess it would be somewhat appropriate to maybe have this be the time and place to say yes, very much so, I would love to do that, Cindy.”
Russian Doll, released in February 2019, stars Lyonne as Nadia, a 36-year-old New York woman who keeps dying and reliving her birthday. The series has been critically acclaimed and has a 96 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Vox critic Emily VanDerWerff described the show as “one of the best stories I’ve seen about the cost of fighting against your own brain.”
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