Get ready, because Russian Doll has been renewed for a second season on Netflix.
The news broke during the CODE Conference in Arizona on Tuesday. According to the announcement, the new season (which has yet to been given a release date), will consist of eight episodes.
"Same show, just weirder," co-creator Natasha Lyonne announced. "The character is a coder so it would be appropriate to have this be the time and place to say, yes. So very much yes, I would love to do [a second season]," Lyonne said, referring to the conference she was at.
Season one, originally dropped in February, was co-created by Leslye Headland, Amy Poehler and Lyonne who also stars in the show.
The Netflix original series, follows a young woman named Nadia (Lyonne) who celebrates her 36th birthday at a party only to die over and over again in a Groundhog’s Day–style plot. According to Netflix, Nadia is “staring down the barrel of her mortality” (yikes), and it’s only after continuously dying that she figures out how to live life to the fullest.
And it’s no surprise the show’s getting another season: It did score a 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Plus this isn’t the first time we heard about the future of the show. In a previous interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the show’s creators hinted at a possible third season as well.
"We definitely pitched it as this three-season idea, and yet, it's so interesting to think about how that shapes and morphs in the time since making it," Lyonne said. "Who knows if we'll be lucky enough to go back down the rabbit hole? That's tomorrow's question. But I think we have some ideas."
Guess while we wait for season two, we can relive season one over and over and over again—Russian Doll–style.