Natasha Lyonne time travels back to 1982 in new trailer for Russian Doll's second season

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Four-time Emmy nominee Natasha Lyonne discovers how to time travel back the eighties in the full-length trailer for the seven-episode second season of Russian Doll, which premieres April 20 on Netflix.

The 43-year-old native New Yorker wrote, produced, directed, and resumes her role as software engineer Nadia Vulvokov who – along with Alan Zaveri (Charlie Barnett) – found a time portal in the subway.

A poster of Alan J. Pakula’s 1982 drama Sophie’s Choice starring Meryl Streep hung on the wall of the subway. 

Premieres April 20 on Netflix! Four-time Emmy nominee Natasha Lyonne discovers how to time travel back the eighties in the full-length trailer for the seven-episode second season of Russian Doll

Premieres April 20 on Netflix! Four-time Emmy nominee Natasha Lyonne discovers how to time travel back the eighties in the full-length trailer for the seven-episode second season of Russian Doll

‘What is this, some kind of eighties flash mob?’ Nadia asks before chatting with a gang member looking straight out of Walter Hill’s 1979 flick The Warriors.

‘The universe finally found something worse than death,’ Nadia remarked. ‘I broke time.’

Nadia’s intergenerational adventure will entangle her difficult childhood with drugged-out mother Lenora, portrayed by Oscar nominee Chloë Sevigny (despite her being only four years older than Natasha). 

Showrunner: The 43-year-old native New Yorker wrote, produced, directed, and resumes her role as software engineer Nadia Vulvokov who - along with Alan Zaveri (R, Charlie Barnett) - found a time portal in the subway

Showrunner: The 43-year-old native New Yorker wrote, produced, directed, and resumes her role as software engineer Nadia Vulvokov who – along with Alan Zaveri (R, Charlie Barnett) – found a time portal in the subway

New release? A poster of Alan J. Pakula's 1982 drama Sophie's Choice starring Meryl Streep hung on the wall of the subway

New release? A poster of Alan J. Pakula’s 1982 drama Sophie’s Choice starring Meryl Streep hung on the wall of the subway

'What is this, some kind of eighties flash mob?' Nadia chats with a gang member looking straight out of Walter Hill's 1979 flick The Warriors

‘What is this, some kind of eighties flash mob?’ Nadia chats with a gang member looking straight out of Walter Hill’s 1979 flick The Warriors

Nadia remarked: 'The universe finally found something worse than death. I broke time'

Nadia remarked: ‘The universe finally found something worse than death. I broke time’

‘Maybe we still have unfinished business,’ Nadia mused. ‘Inexplicable things happening is my entire modus operandi.’ 

There’s a quick glimpse of Schitt’s Creek alum Annie Murphy as new cigarette-smoking character also from the past.

At one point in the two-minute preview for the Groundhog Day-style series, Nadia and her 36th birthday party hostess Maxine (Greta Lee) suddenly awake in a cemetery back to the present day.

Trippy moment: Nadia's intergenerational adventure will entangle her difficult childhood with drugged-out mother Lenora, portrayed by Oscar nominee Chloë Sevigny (despite her being only four years older than Natasha)

Trippy moment: Nadia’s intergenerational adventure will entangle her difficult childhood with drugged-out mother Lenora, portrayed by Oscar nominee Chloë Sevigny (despite her being only four years older than Natasha)

Nadia mused:'Maybe we still have unfinished business...Inexplicable things happening is my entire modus operandi'

Nadia mused: ‘Maybe we still have unfinished business…Inexplicable things happening is my entire modus operandi’

Mystery: There's a quick glimpse of Schitt's Creek alum Annie Murphy as new cigarette-smoking character also from the past

Mystery: There’s a quick glimpse of Schitt’s Creek alum Annie Murphy as new cigarette-smoking character also from the past

'When is it?' At one point in the two-minute preview for the Groundhog Day-style series, Nadia and her 36th birthday party hostess Maxine (Greta Lee) suddenly awake in a cemetery back to the present day

‘When is it?’ At one point in the two-minute preview for the Groundhog Day-style series, Nadia and her 36th birthday party hostess Maxine (Greta Lee) suddenly awake in a cemetery back to the present day

Season two is set four years after Nadia and Alan figured out how to escape their separate time loops – but ‘they soon discover this extraordinary event might be more than they bargained for and, together, must search for a way out.’

The trailer ended with a barfly asking Nadia if she’s a time traveler, and she dryly replied: ‘I prefer the term time prisoner.’

Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland co-created the critically-acclaimed existential sci-fi comedy also featuring Elizabeth Ashley, Brendan Sexton III, Yul Vazquez, Rebecca Henderson, as well as newcomers Sharlto Copley, Irén Bordan, and Carolyn Michelle Smith.

'Do I need to be worried?' Season two is set four years after Nadia and Alan figured out how to escape their separate time loops - but'they soon discover this extraordinary event might be more than they bargained for and, together, must search for a way out'

‘Do I need to be worried?’ Season two is set four years after Nadia and Alan figured out how to escape their separate time loops – but ‘they soon discover this extraordinary event might be more than they bargained for and, together, must search for a way out’

The trailer ended with a barfly asking Nadia if she's a time traveler

She dryly replied:'I prefer the term time prisoner'

The trailer ended with a barfly asking Nadia if she’s a time traveler, and she dryly replied: ‘I prefer the term time prisoner’

'All aboard the crazy train!' Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland co-created the critically-acclaimed existential sci-fi comedy also featuring Elizabeth Ashley, Brendan Sexton III, Yul Vazquez, Rebecca Henderson, as well as newcomers Sharlto Copley, Irén Bordan, and Carolyn Michelle Smith

‘All aboard the crazy train!’ Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland co-created the critically-acclaimed existential sci-fi comedy also featuring Elizabeth Ashley, Brendan Sexton III, Yul Vazquez, Rebecca Henderson, as well as newcomers Sharlto Copley, Irén Bordan, and Carolyn Michelle Smith

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