Schitt’s Creek star Annie Murphy will join Netflix’s Russian Doll season 2

Season 2 of Russian Doll is set to have a little bit of Alexis.

Annie Murphy will join Natasha Lyonne and the rest of the cast of the Netflix series it was declared on Tuesday.

The 34-year-old Canadian actress won a Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Emmy for her role as Alexis Rose in Schitt’s Creek.

This comes after production for Russian Doll was postponed an entire year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, with shooting on Season 2 beginning on March 1 as 41-year-old star Natasha has been seen on the New York set in recent days.

Lyonne stars as a game designer named Nadia Vulvokov, who, subsequent to commending her 36th birthday celebration, passes on and remembers her last night in a tenacious time loop.

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

The show additionally stars Charlie Barnett as Alan Zaveri, who is likewise stuck in a similar kind of time loop, Greta Lee as Maxine, Rebecca Henderson as Lizzy and Jeremy Bobb as Mike Kershaw.

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

While no story subtleties have been released, there have been insights concerning another character surfacing in Season 2.

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

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

The productionis apparently looking for 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 simply beginning, there is no sign when the season might be prepared for fans to look at on Netflix yet.

In the meantime Murphy has been keeping busy since the finish of Schitt’s Creek as she is set to star in AMC’s Kevin Can F*ck Himself, which is set to debut this summer.