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Natasha Lyonne masks up and pets a cat between takes on the set of her Netflix series Russian Doll

Natasha Lyonne masks up and pets Oatmeal the cat between takes on the set of her Netflix series Russian Doll in New York

Natasha Lyonne took some time out of her day to pet the beloved cat named Oatmeal while she was between takes on the set of her Netflix series Russian Doll.

The show debuted to critical acclaim in February 2019, with the streaming service renewing the show in June 2019.

However, production was delayed a full year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with filming on Season 2 starting on March 1.

Here Kitty: Natasha Lyonne took some time out of her day to pet the beloved cat named Oatmeal while she was between takes on the set of her Netflix series Russian Doll

Production: However, production was delayed a full year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with filming on Season 2 starting on March 1

Production: However, production was delayed a full year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with filming on Season 2 starting on March 1

Lyonne was wearing a white dress shirt and a skinny black tie under a grey suit coat and a black full-length overcoat.

She also wore black pants and black shoes, with her fiery red hair flowing past her shoulders. 

The actress completed her look with a gold chain and pendant and a black face mask covering her mouth and nose, to stay safe amid COVID-19.

Lyonne's look: Lyonne was wearing a white dress shirt and a skinny black tie under a grey suit coat and a black full-length overcoat

Lyonne’s look: Lyonne was wearing a white dress shirt and a skinny black tie under a grey suit coat and a black full-length overcoat

Staying safe: The actress completed her look with a gold chain and pendant and a black face mask covering her mouth and nose, to stay safe amid COVID-19

Staying safe: The actress completed her look with a gold chain and pendant and a black face mask covering her mouth and nose, to stay safe amid COVID-19

Lyonne stars as a game developer named Nadia Vulvokov, who, after celebrating her 36th birthday, dies and relives her final night in an unrelenting time loop.

The actress co-created the series with showrunner Leslye Headland and Amy Poehler, with all three serving as executive producers on the series.

The show also stars Charlie Barnett as Alan Zaveri, who is also stuck in the same sort of time loop, Greta Lee as Maxine, Rebecca Henderson as Lizzy and Jeremy Bobb as Mike Kershaw.

Character: Lyonne stars as a game developer named Nadia Vulvokov, who, after celebrating her 36th birthday, dies and relives her final night in an unrelenting time loop

Character: Lyonne stars as a game developer named Nadia Vulvokov, who, after celebrating her 36th birthday, dies and relives her final night in an unrelenting time loop

Co-creator: The actress co-created the series with showrunner Leslye Headland and Amy Poehler, with all three serving as executive producers on the series

Co-creator: The actress co-created the series with showrunner Leslye Headland and Amy Poehler, with all three serving as executive producers on the series

Oatmeal the cat, whose real name is Louie, was a stray cat who was found at a New York animal sanctuary, according to Vulture. 

While no story details have been released, there have been details about a new character surfacing in Season 2.

The character’s name hasn’t been released, but entertainment reporter Daniel Richtman described him as a ‘new main character’ and a ‘male love interest.’

New character: While no story details have been released, there have been details about a new character surfacing in Season 2

New character: While no story details have been released, there have been details about a new character surfacing in Season 2

He’s said to be ‘charming’ though he, ‘tums out to be a hustler/con artist type’ later in the season.’

The production is seemingly seeking a, ‘young Benicio Del Toro’ type to play this character, with Lyonne said to be, ‘envisioning names like Oscar Isaac or Andre Holland.’

With production just getting started, there is no indication when the season may be ready for fans to check out on Netflix yet. 

New season: With production just getting started, there is no indication when the season may be ready for fans to check out on Netflix yet

New season: With production just getting started, there is no indication when the season may be ready for fans to check out on Netflix yet

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