The half-hour show, starring and co-created by Natasha Lyonne, first debuted on the streaming service on February 1 to rapturous reviews.
"We pitched Netflix three seasons of the most bonkers, heartfelt, passionate, this-is-what-we-truly-feel-like-is-our-story-to-tell idea", she said. According toThe Hollywood Reporter, it will follow the format of season one and have eight episodes.
Series creator and co-star Natasha Lyonne confirmed the second season pickup earlier today on social media, in a short little video set to Gotta Get Up, which should cannon around in the head of anyone who's watched the first season all the way through at least once.Читайте также: Romelu Lukaku makes Man United transfer decision amid Inter interest
The series, which Lyonne co-created with venerable amusing lady Amy Poehler and Sleeping with Other People writer-director Leslye Headland, debuted on Netflix in February of this year to sweeping praise.
Despite the fact that many thought Russian Doll's eight half-hour episodes represented a ideal story with a surefire ending, Lyonne and co-creators Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland first sold it as a three-season series to Netflix. However - and this is a crucial "however" - there is the question of content when it comes to Russian Doll season 2. "Nadia is a coder so it would be appropriate to have this be the time and place", said Lyonne. Her night resets and she's back in the bathroom of her birthday party, given a second, third, fourth, fifth, etc. chance to fix the loop.
"If you spend a lot of time walking in NY (or anywhere else, probably), "Russian Doll" will leave you conscious of the myriad ways death could be around any corner, or teetering on any windowsill". The more you guys this can be, the better.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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