This Look Of Netflix Russian Doll Season 2 Has A Shocking Influence!!

Guys, how badly we were waiting to bring this news to our lovely audience. Russian Doll Series your favourite, too? Because it is indeed ours, too! Inch pinch? Now, without making you all wait, let’s get going with a new crazy look of Russian Doll Season 2!

With the fans going gaga after Russian Doll Season 1, the second season Natasha Lyonne look is just making everyone crazy.

This starting comedy is finally here in April. Emmy nominated actress Natasha as Nadia, a young woman on a journey to be the guest in honour at a party in New York City. 

But, she gets caught in a mysterious loop as she repeatedly attends the same event and dies at the end of the night each time, only to awaken the next day unharmed as if nothing has happened. And now let’s see why Russian Doll Season 2 is having for us? 

Netflix dropped a full-length trailer for Russian Doll Season 2

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Now with the fans, we are happy to have some insights into what the new season will be about. 

Fans got jitters after seeing Nadia’s new look. After she stumbles onto a subway car that resembles “some kind of 80s flash mob” and features ads for Sophie’s Choice, she feels she has been transported back in time—yes, guys, it’s true. 

There’s a scene of her teaming back up with Alan

It’s also seen she is telling him that the universe finally found something worse than death. She broke time. It looks like the two-time prisoners are forced into solving some unfinished business, going from the present to the 80’s to the early 1900s. 

Well, fans, it looks like the Russian Doll Season 2 is bigger and bolder and may be much better than Season 1–what say?

We expect to see Charlie Barnett’s Alan, Greta Lee’s Maxine, and Rebecca Henderson’s Lizzy

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We are concluding on the photos revealed, but we don’t know what surprises and shocks we will get ahead as the show is well known for its groovy aesthetic.

They also opened up about the surprising influence one cult favourite ‘80s movie had on the show’. 

Diane Lederman influenced David Lynch’s 1986 film ‘Blue Velvet’

The show has striking imagery that isn’t afraid to show strong sexual and violent content. How much we love the deep green shades, 80’s décor, the white dolphin figure, the black lawyer, and whatnot, huh? 


There are only seven episodes in the Russian Doll Season 2. We know it’s less than Season 1, but we will still manage. They say something is better than nothing. Well, Nadia is undoubtedly the heartbeat of the show. So let us know what you think of the surprising influence of the Russian doll season 2?

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