Russian Doll
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Nadia keeps dying and reliving her 36th birthday -- she's trapped in a surreal time loop. Time magazine calls this the best new show of 2019 (so far). All 8 episodes of Season 1 debut on Netflix on Feb 1, 2019. On June 11, 2019, Netflix announced the show has been renewed for a second season, coming sometime in 2020.


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SHOW INFO

Status: In Production

Premiere: February 1, 2019

Category: Drama
Genres: Short, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Mystery


 



REVIEWS

89

  • 100% 100%

  • 78% 78%
  • 89% 89%
Russian Doll

Nadia keeps dying and reliving her 36th birthday -- she's trapped in a surreal time loop. Time magazine calls this the best new show of 2019 (so far). All 8 episodes of Season 1 debut on Netflix on Feb 1, 2019. On June 11, 2019, Netflix announced the show has been renewed for a second season, coming sometime in 2020.


Access Method: Subscription

 

PLATFORMS SUPPORTED



SHOW INFO

Status: In Production

Premiere: February 1, 2019

Category: Drama
Genres: Short, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Mystery




REVIEWS

89*

  • 100% 100%
  • 78% 78%
  • 89% 89%

*This is the show’s PeakTV score. It is an average of this show’s Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

SUMMARY

Much of Nadia’s predicament is hilariously absurd but the show also never loses sight of the fact that she’s dying, again and again, often in front of people who care about her more than she’s comfortable admitting. That blend of tones, and the controlled mania of Lyonne’s brilliant performance, makes Russian Doll feel like something wholly new, even as it cops to its many influences. (Rolling Stone)




SUMMARY

Much of Nadia’s predicament is hilariously absurd but the show also never loses sight of the fact that she’s dying, again and again, often in front of people who care about her more than she’s comfortable admitting. That blend of tones, and the controlled mania of Lyonne’s brilliant performance, makes Russian Doll feel like something wholly new, even as it cops to its many influences. (Rolling Stone)