What Are The Release Dates For Russian Doll Season 3?

The Emmy Award nominee, Russian Doll, has made headlines since its debut in 2019.  With two seasons already streaming on Netflix, a third season anticipation for Russian Doll is now taking the internet into a storm. The article discusses all the details about season 3 of Russian Doll including its release dates, potential cast, plot, and trailer. It also informs readers about the recent updates for the anticipated American series.

An American comedy-drama television series, Russian Doll, follows the story of Nadia who is caught in a time loop during her 36th birthday. Russian Doll’s first season, which made its debut on February 1, 2019, attracted a huge viewership with several accolades and nominations including Primetime Emmy Awards Nominations. Following a successful season, the American series immediately received a renewal for its second season which premiered on April 20, 2022. While two of the seasons are already streaming on Netflix, fans are seeking a third season of Russian Doll. Here’s all you need to know about Russian Doll Season 3.

About Russian Doll

Russian Doll is a Netflix dark comedy series which casts Natasha Layonne in the lead role. An American series, Russian Doll made its debut on February 1, 2019, immediately claiming the position of top 10 series on the streaming giant.

While the debut season was still in the air, it received a second season renewal; Russian Doll Season 2 premiered on April 20, 2022. Both of the seasons have gained 97 per cent ratings on Rotten Tomatoes and several nominations in esteemed award shows including Primetime Emmy Awards. As of 2024, the web series, Russian Doll, has received 14 Emmy nominations. Currently, there are two seasons of the series which are available to watch on Netflix.

The producers of The Russian Doll are Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland, Amy Poehler Dave Becky, Tony Hernandez, Lilly Burns, Allison Silverman, Alex Buono, Regina Corrado, Kate Arend, John Skidmore, Ryan McCormick, Alice Ju, Ben Poppleton, and Isabel Richardson.

Name of the Series Russian Doll
Original Language(s) English
Released On February 1, 2019
Genre Comedy
Number of Seasons Two
Season One: February 1, 2019
Season Two: April 20, 2022

Will There Be a Russian Doll Season 3?

As of May 2024, Russian Doll has not been renewed for a third season. While a second season received an early continuation, creators have remained tight-lipped about its third instalment. Nevertheless, in an interview with Collider, the series’ co-creator Leslye Headland, updated about the much anticipated season of Russian Doll. According to her statement, she has not “heard anything from Netflix about it.”

Her statement read,

I don’t know. I haven’t heard anything. I don’t know if it’s because Natasha [Lyonne]’s doing ‘Poker Face’ now. I don’t know if it’s gonna become a scheduled thing, but I haven’t heard anything from Netflix about it.

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Speculations For a Third Season of Russian Doll

American web series Russian Doll have garnered immense appreciation and a 97 percent rating on IMDb. Although fans have not heard about a third instalment of Russian Doll, the ratings and esteemed nominations make it more likely to receive a renewal. Known as one of the best shows on Netflix, an official Russian Doll Season 3 is awaited for an announcement.

However, on the contrary, its second season premiered in 2022, ageing more than two years of the series. Hence, no updates from the creators or streaming giant make the future of the American series dangerous.

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Who is in the cast of Russian Doll Season 3?

Since an official update is awaited, there is no cast list for the series’ third season. However, several sources updated a potential Russian Doll Season 3 cast list which includes,

  • Natasha Lyonne as Nadia Vulvokov
  • Brooke Timber portrays young Nadia
  • Greta Lee as Maxine, Nadia’s friend
  • Yul Vazquez as John Reyes
  • Elizabeth Ashley as Ruth Brenner
  • Kate Jennings Grant (guest season 1) and Annie Murphy (recurring season 2) portray a young Ruth
  • Charlie Barnett as Alan Zaveri
  • Chloë Sevigny as Lenora Vulvokov (season 2; guest season 1)
  • Jeremy Bobb as Mike Kershaw, a college literature professor with whom Beatrice is having an affair
  • Brendan Sexton III as Horse, a homeless man whom Nadia helps out
  • Rebecca Henderson as Lizzy, an artist, and friend of Nadia and Maxine
  • Ritesh Rajan as Ferran, a friend of Alan’s who works at a deli
  • Ken Beck as a paramedic
  • Dascha Polanco as Beatrice (season 1), Alan’s girlfriend, whom he wishes to propose to
  • Sharlto Copley as Chezare “Chez” Carrera (season 2), Lenora’s boyfriend in 1982
  • Irén Bordán [hu] as Vera Peschauer (season 2), Lenora’s mother and Nadia’s grandmother, a Hungarian Jewish survivor of the Holocaust, appears in 1982 and 1968
  • Ilona McCrea portrays young Vera in 1944
  • Athina Papadimitriou [hu] as Delia (season 2), Vera’s longtime best friend and supporter, a Hungarian Romani survivor of World War II, appears in 1982 and 1968
  • Francisca Farkas portrays young Delia in 1944
  • Ephraim Sykes as Derek (season 2), a member of the Guardian Angels watching over the subway in 1982
  • Rosie O’Donnell voices the subway announcer (season 2)

Where Can We Watch Russian Doll Season 3?

While an official update for a third season is awaited, Russian Doll Season 3 will be available to stream on Netflix.

The Unversed ‘Russian Doll’ is one of the most successful American mystery series, which ran for two seasons between 2019 and 2022, with over 15 episodes. The show has won more than 10 Primetime Emmy Award nominations and remains prominent, thanks to its availability on streaming platforms.

Source: Netflix

Is There a Synopsis for Russian Doll Season 3?

No, Russian Doll has not received a synopsis yet. While a synopsis is awaited, the Russian Doll Season 2 synopsis reads,

Emmy-nominated actress Natasha Lyonne stars in this comedy-drama series as Nadia, a young woman who is on a journey to be the guest of 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 had happened. In addition to starring, Lyonne co-created the show with “Saturday Night Live” alum Amy Poehler and serves as a writer and director for the Netflix original series.

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