RunPeep Shani pointed out that Russian Doll, a new Netflix show, has a Groundhog Day theme. From the trailers it looks like a funny cross between Happy Death Day (sequel coming Feb 14 this year), and the original Murray’s Groundhog Classic. I’m in!
We think Shani Olgive will do a binge review series too…but I can recommend starting a watch this NOW, on Groundhog Day itself — Feb 2, to wring the most magical juju from the phenomenon.
Too much of this good thing is never enough with a fun premise like this. Check out the fun trailer:
Start your engines, and let’s explore a new show with a beloved, classic theme!
Russian Doll UPDATE: On Feb 2, Groundhog Day itself, I binged the entire show at once on Netflix. I’m hooked. Give me more. NOW! (Please?)
A few other perfect films to remind you of some options you need to watch today and through Groundhog Week on this auspicious and bizarre US Holiday:
By the way, there no is shadow here this morning in San Diego. I don’t know if that means more or less winter… Someone educate RunPee.com!
Or make a note in the comments. Large rodents predicting weather. Why not?
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