There’s something very East Village about Russian Doll — not just because it’s set around Tompkins Square Park, but because it’s filled with art, drugs, music, parties and cigarettes.

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In the new Netflix series, Nadia Vulvokov (played by the show’s co-creator, Natasha Lyonne) finds herself trapped in a Groundhog’s Day-like scenario, repeating the same night over and over. The East Village becomes a familiar backdrop as Nadia explores infinite timelines within the fixed space between Houston and 14th Street.

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