Russian Doll‘s first season arrived with a little fanfare but made a huge splash critically. Many were drawn in about the introspective and thoughtful story of two people who keep dying and starting at the same point over and over. Now, to much delight and surprise, the show has been renewed for a second season.

While fans of the show is excited, they are also a little confused. After all, the show ended on a pretty sweet note, Natasha Lyonne’s Nadia finally working through her connection issues alongside Charlie Barnett’s Alan, who learns to let go of what he can’t control. The two are separated in the finale by some weird twist in space-time but appear re-united by a surprise parade, like you do. Still, all seemed all tied up in a nice little bow. Maybe the two fall off the bandwagon and need a universal reminder to shape up? Maybe they help out two other characters stuck in a time loop? Maybe the time loop isn’t over and the two are doomed to repeat the world over and over until it all falls apart? Any guess is as good as any other at this point.

The show was co-created by Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland, so they could have come up with a new plot line for the season involving different characters or scenarios. There’s no clue if Lyonne is going to be returning in front of the screen, but she did record a message for fans:

Do you have any theories about what next season could entail? We’re just dying to hear it so comment below. Until then, gotta get up, gotta get out, gotta get home before the morning comes…

No word as to when Russian Doll Season 2 will premiere on Netflix.

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A reporter by trade, Sara is a lover of horror, sci-fi, and all things pop culture. From indies to classics to even the strangest schlock, all movies and TV shows are fair game. She believes Batman is the most fascinating superhero, and that Silent Hill is one of the best horror franchises ever made (as long as you don't count the movies). Fun Fact: The only movie Sara will not rewatch is The Room -- once was more than enough.