Greta Lee from 'Russian Doll' and 'Girls' : It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders "Sweet birthday baby!" Greta Lee talks about her role in the critically acclaimed Netflix show 'Russian Doll,' starring Natasha Lyonne as a woman who can't stop dying and reliving the same night. Greta tells guest-host Julia Furlan how the show was reincarnated from a failed NBC pilot, why she still struggles to avoid Asian-American stereotypes in television and what to expect from the HBO show she's developing.
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'Russian Doll' Star Greta Lee

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'Russian Doll' Star Greta Lee

'Russian Doll' Star Greta Lee

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Greta Lee (right) as Maxine, with Rebecca Henderson as Lizzy in Russian Doll. Netflix hide caption

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Greta Lee (right) as Maxine, with Rebecca Henderson as Lizzy in Russian Doll.

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"Sweet birthday baby!"

Greta Lee talks about her role in the critically acclaimed Netflix show Russian Doll, starring Natasha Lyonne as a woman who can't stop dying and reliving the same night.

Greta tells guest-host Julia Furlan how the show was reincarnated from a failed NBC pilot, why she still struggles to avoid Asian-American stereotypes in television and what to expect from the HBO show she's developing.