Netflix has released an official trailer for Russian Doll, an upcoming series starring Natasha Lyonne (Orange is the New Black).
The series is similar to something like Groundhog Day, with Lyonne’s character living the same day over and over again. Click on over to the other side for more information on Russian Doll and to give the new trailer a watch.
Russian Doll follows a young woman named Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City.
Russian Doll is co-created by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland, who all serve as executive producers, with Headland and Lyonne as writers for the series. Additional cast include Greta Lee (â€œKTownâ€), Yul Vazquez (â€œCaptain Phillipsâ€), Tony Award-winner Elizabeth Ashley (â€œOceanâ€™s 8â€) and Charlie Barnett (â€œChicago Fireâ€). Golden GlobeÂ® winner and Academy AwardÂ® nominee ChloÃ« Sevigny (â€œLizzieâ€), SAG Award winner Dascha Polanco (â€œOrange is the New Blackâ€), Brendan Sexton III (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”), Rebecca Henderson (â€œAppropriate Behaviorâ€), Jeremy Bobb (â€œThe Knickâ€), Ritesh Rajan (â€œStitchersâ€) and Jocelyn Bioh (â€œSchool Girlsâ€) also guest star.
The series is produced by Universal Television, Poehlerâ€™s Paper Kite Productions, JAX Media and 3 Arts Entertainment. The series features an all-female writing and directing team. All episodes are directed by Jamie Babbit, Headland, and Lyonne.
The first season of Russian Doll is set to arrive on Netflix on February 1st.
Did you get the news? We’re about to die. Russian Doll from Amy Poehler, Natasha Lyonne, and Leslye Headland arrives February 1st.
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