When is Russian Doll released on Netflix? What’s it about?

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The comedy-drama casts Lyonne as Nadia, a 30-something New Yorker who expires at her birthday party… And wakes up in the restroom of her friend’s apartment, compelled to relive the celebration over and over, again and again, expiring in increasingly ridiculous ways after every refresh.

Learn whatever you want to learn more about the new show.

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How can I watch Russian Doll on Netflix?

The whole eight-part series premiered on Netflix on Friday 1st February 2019. If you presently have a Netflix account, simply hunt for the series and media play. If you would like to learn more about how to subscribe to Netflix, click on.

Who is in the cast of Russian Doll?

Though it occasionally seems like a 1 woman show, there’s a strong cast of supporting players, such as indie movie star Chloe Sevigny (who plays with Nadia’s mum in a series of flashbacks) and Lyonne’s Orange Is the New Black co-star Dascha Polanco.

They are joined by Greta Lee (KTown), Yul Vazquez (Captain Phillips), Elizabeth Ashley (Ocean’s 8), Charlie Barnett (Chicago Fire), Brendan Sexton III (Three Billboards External Ebbing, Missouri) and Rebecca Henderson (who also popped up in an event of OITNB).

What is Russian Doll about?

Russian Doll is all about sport programmer Nadia who keeps dying and re-living her birthday celebration over and over again… Any additional information would most likely be considered a spoiler. It is a narrative, which makes it more and more fascinating as the episodes roll as the name would imply.

Is there a trailer?

Yes! It’ll give you

a taste of the black comic tone of Russian Doll…

What is Russian Doll about?

Russian Doll is all about sport programmer Nadia who keeps dying and re-living her birthday celebration over and over again… Any additional information would most likely be considered a spoiler. It is a story, which gets more and more fascinating as the episodes roll as the name would imply.