When the Russians put the English alphabet on the block

Russian-language TV show RNNY is taking its cue from the English language, with a new TV series titled The Russian Alphabet on the way.

The show is being produced by Russian broadcaster RTN, which also produces RNNy, and is co-produced by the Russian government.

It is a reboot of the original series, in which English-speaking Americans were banned from speaking the language after World War II.

It tells the story of a group of young English-language students who decide to join the Russian army, which is stationed in the US.RNNY follows the characters, including the Russian teacher and a young Russian soldier, as they learn the language and prepare for their assignment.

The original series premiered in 2014, and RTN says the show has been viewed over a million times.”RNNy is a show that will inspire a new generation of young people in the Russian language,” RTN’s deputy general director, Vladimir Mikhalkov, said in a statement.

“The Russian language is one of the most important languages in the world.

There are over 1.3 billion speakers in the entire world.

It has a vast and rich cultural heritage.

Its rich and fascinating story is being brought to life in RNNys new series.”

The Russian alphabet was adopted in 1917 by the Bolshevik regime in Russia.