'Russian Doll' social media page posts cryptic replies to fans' comments boosting anticipation before premiere

With an all-women writing and directing team, 'Russian Doll' by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland is set to release February 1


                            'Russian Doll' social media page posts cryptic replies to fans' comments boosting anticipation before premiere

Ever wished you could go back in time and relive the previous day so you can make the changes you want? Nadia from 'Russian Doll' gets to do the same, but in this case, she keeps dying over and over again as she relives the same day yet again. This dark comedy series is one you should not miss. 

Created by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland, 'Russian Doll' is an upcoming Netflix series. With an all-women writing and directing team, the series is set to release February 1. With little over a month left for the series to premiere on the streaming giant, the Russian Doll's social media page decided to tease fans.



 

While fans took a look at the teaser and compared it to other movies like 'Ground Hog Day' and 'Naked', the series increased the suspense element by teasing fans about what they can expect. Recently, when a fan commented on their teaser saying, "OH MY SWEET BABY SATAN I’M HOWLING WHAT IN THE HELL CAN IT BE FEBRUARY ALREADY," the series replied saying, "Just know this - You're already watching the show in another timeline."



 

This puzzled not only the fan, but others eagerly waiting for the show to premiere. And the answer to this puzzling question will surely be solved toward the final episodes of the season. This is not the only time the series has created suspense among fans. Previously, when a fan commented with a GIF of a cat falling down from a drawer, the series replied questioning if that might be Oatmeal.

Oatmeal is Nadia's cat who she reveals went missing a few days prior to her birthday party. The trailer does not reveal if Oatmeal is found or not, but with what the series commented, it did hint the cat will be found.



 

The series certainly is using viewers' anticipation to create more suspense before the show premieres. It could prove an effective tactic and increase the show's ratings. Among the eagerness, a big question is if there will be another season. Right now, all we can do is wait patiently for February 1 so we can watch 'Russian Doll' over and over again. 

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