Netflix’s Russian Doll Trialer Natasha Lyonne Is Stuck In Her Own ‘Groundhog Day’

Love Groundhog Day? How about the recent Happy Death Day? You’ll probably love Netflix’s upcoming Originals series Russian Doll created and starring Natasha Lyonne.

Lyonne plays Nadia, she’ll die a lot. She’ll return too. Dying at a party in New York City but why? When she finally tries to piece together the pieces of the jigsaw she meets someone else going through the same living nightmare.

The show is certainly darkly comedic with a twist that Nadia always seems to meet someone in the same predicament as her. Are they just living the best they can and everyone is stuck in this never-ending loop? We love adding those little extras just to help the show or film rise above previous shows. This show has the makings to be another must see binge-watch for the streaming giants.

Check out the Trailer

Russian Doll follows a young woman named Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) on her journey as the guest of honour at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City.

Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland, who all serve as executive producers, with Headland and Lyonne as writers for the series. Additional cast includes Greta Lee (“KTown”), Yul Vazquez (“Captain Phillips”), Tony Award-winner Elizabeth Ashley (“Ocean’s 8”) and Charlie Barnett (“Chicago Fire”). Golden Globe® winner and Academy Award® nominee Chloë Sevigny (“Lizzie”), SAG Award winner Dascha Polanco (“Orange is the New Black”), Brendan Sexton III (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”), Rebecca Henderson (“Appropriate Behavior”), Jeremy Bobb (“The Knick”), Ritesh Rajan (“Stitchers”) and Jocelyn Bioh (“School Girls”) also guest star.

Russian Doll will be an 8 part series which will arrive on Netflix from 1st February.

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