Netflix has officially renewed Russian Doll for season two, with a release date for the eight-episode series expected early next year. Natasha Lyonne is expected to return, though it has been hinted that she will no longer be leading the cast. Russian Doll plot details are starting to emerge, though a trailer is not expected from Netflix until next year.
Netflix has not revealed the release date of Russian Doll season two yet.
Season one was released on February 1, 2019, so a release date at the same time in 2020 is expected.
The most likely release dates for the next series of Russian Doll is Friday, January 31, two days before Groundhog Day in the USA.
We will update this article when we know more about the release date of Russian Doll season two.
WHAT HAPPENED AT THE END OF RUSSIAN DOLL?
Natasha Lyonne will return as Nadia Vulvokov in some capacity, though maybe not as the series lead.
Lyonne hinted at this when she told The Hollywood Reporter: “It’s not a one-woman show, so what would be the most fun way to tell you this story?”
Russian Doll showrunner Leslye Headland also hinted Lyonne may not lead the cast of season when she told The Hollywood Reporter: “When initially pitched, Nadia was a presence throughout all three of them. But it was not in a very conventional way.”
It is not yet known whether Lyonne will be joined by other season one cast members like Charlie