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A lot of people have been waiting a long time for the third season of “Russian Doll.” It will be on Netflix in a few days. Natasha Lyonne, who made the show and stars in it, hasn’t said much about the new one yet. She doesn’t say much about what’s going to happen to Nadia. However, we know that this time around, Nadia and Alan are going back in time, not just reliving it like they did the first time.

People who have talked to her so far have put together all of the things she has said in interviews so far. We also gave you a quick recap of how things worked out in season 1. It’s time to find out what we know so far about the Third season of Russian Doll.

What will be The third season of Russian Doll about

Season 1 of Russian Doll was a thought-provoking, video game-like time loop rhapsody. Season 2 was about time travel with a healthy dose of multiverse action, though. Is anyone sure what time-bending trope Season 3 will look into? Our general sense is that whatever happens to Nadia and Alan will make them think more about how their pasts and relationships with each other are linked to one another.

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Russian Doll’s first season

Independent and angry software engineer: Nadia Vulvokov, 36, died in front of her friends and family at her 36th birthday party. She wakes up and relives the night all over again, starting with a shout of “sweet birthday baby!” from her best friend, Maxine.

In the beginning, Nadia thinks she’s being haunted or on a bad trip. When she meets Alan, a man who took his own life on the same night as Nadia, she realizes that she’s not alone.

Nadia soon realizes that they’re stuck in a loop like a video game, where the night they both died serves as a starting point (see our more detailed explanation of the Russian Doll time loop).

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As the nights go on, things and people start to disappear. Nadia and Alan realize that they have a limited amount of time to fix the broken parts of themselves (for Nadia, it’s her guilt over her mother’s death, and for Alan, it’s the realization that his girlfriend’s infidelity was partly caused by his own actions).

In the last episode of the show, the two people wake up on the same night, but in different realities. In each, the other person doesn’t remember the shared experience.

Over many time-loops together, Alan and Nadia have learned a lot about each other’s personal lives. They set out to save each other’s lives.

Russian Doll season 2: Who are the main characters?

Natasha’s co-star is Chicago Fire’s Charlie Barnett, who plays Alan. Alan helps Nadia navigate the strange metaverse that has slipped into their own sense of reality.

Carolyn Michelle Smith (House of Cards), Sharlto Copley (District 9), and Annie Murphy (Scitt’s Creek) are also in the second season.

Natasha told EW that “Russian Doll show on a human level, and she’s one of the good guys.”

She and her best friends from last season are back. The Morning Show’s Greta Lee and Rebecca Henderson, who played Lizzy and Maxine in Inventing Anna, are also in this group.

There was already a cameo from Chloe Sevigny, who played Nadia’s troubled mother Lenora Vulvokov in the first season of Russian Doll. There are rumors that she may also be back for the second season.

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She and her best friends from last season are back. The Morning Show’s Greta Lee and Rebecca Henderson, who played Lizzy and Maxine in Inventing Anna, are also in this group.

There was already a cameo from Chloe Sevigny, who played Nadia’s troubled mother Lenora Vulvokov in the first season of Russian Doll. There are rumors that she may also be back for the second season.

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Russian Doll Season 2 Trailer 

Netflix released a teaser trailer for the second season of Russian Doll in early March. It gave us our first look at the show’s second season. And now we have a full trailer to watch, as well. Check out the full trailer down below.

The Renewal Status of Russian Doll Season 3

The third season of Russian Doll has not been officially announced yet. However, in an interview in 2019 (via The Hollywood Reporter), it was said that Russian Doll was going to be a three-season show. With a good start, it looks like Russian Doll season 3 will be confirmed, and the renewal will say that it will be the show’s last season because Russian Doll comes to a natural end.

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When is the Release Date of Russian Doll Season 3?

The first season of Russian Doll premiered on February 1, 2019, and the announcement that the series had been renewed for a second season came in June of that year.

Netflix has said that Russian Doll season 2 will come out on April 20th, 2022, and it will have seven episodes that you can watch all at once. There will be seven of them.

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, production on the second season of Russian Doll was supposed to start in 2020, but that was pushed back by a long time.

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The Russian Doll season 2 delay because of the pandemic makes it more difficult to figure out when the show will come out. Season 3 of Russian Doll is likely to arrive in mid to late 2023, based on how things were planned for season 2. In fact, until there is solid proof that Russian Doll has been renewed for season 3, it will not be clear when the show will be back.

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