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The trailer for Tina Fey’s new comedy the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt arrived last night. It’s the new show that you may have heard of when NBC decided to pick it up only to shelf it, afterwich Netflix swooped in and grabbed it.
The show stars Ellie Kemper (The Office) as the lead character, Ellie Kemper, who’s rescued from a doomsday cult after spending a decade and a half in a bunker. Upon being brought back to the world as the rest of us know it, she decides she likes it better and commits to living in New York City. I can say I was hoping for this project to appeal to me more but the fact that it’s written by Fey should at least promise her trademark rapid-fire pop culture reference-style jokes. If one in five is as funny as the jokes on 30 Rock, it may »
- William Fanelli
Look, the news of "Supergirl" and the new trailer for the Tina Fey-produced Netflix series "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" has got me riled. I've got to cope with these exciting developments by watching movies and TV featuring awesome, powerful, hilarious, and/or weird women. Here are five options for riiiiiight now. Go Netflix them! Go on! "The Fall": Gillian Anderson is patron saint of no-nonsense "The Fall" is a captivating British serial about a calculating, dead-eyed serial killer (Jamie Dornan, who is currently skulking about the dungeon in "Fifty Shades of Grey") and the detective in Northern Ireland named Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) who's onto him. Dornan's moody machinations are entrancing, but Anderson's understated authority propels this whole show. It's always creepy and occasionally very dark, but Stella is a feminist protagonist who is as comfortable theorizing about a woman-hating psychopath as she is exploring her own sexuality. "30 Rock": Lemon In. »
- Louis Virtel
If you’ve been missing the NBC comedies 30 Rock and The Office, Netflix has what you’re looking for, and they’ll even let you watch it on Thursday nights, too. Tina Fey, who created and starred in the former show has a new TV series with 30 Rock showrunner Robert Carlock called Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and instead of returning to the Peacock network (where it was initially set to debut this Spring), it’s dropping on the online distributor’s streaming service on March 6th — all 13 episodes of the first season at once. And less than two months ahead, they’ve dropped a trailer for the show, which you can watch below. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stars Ellie Kemper, one of the ensemble players from The Office, as a former member of an doomsday cult who is now trying to lead a normal life in the big city. She’s lived in an underground bunker before hitting New »
- Christopher Campbell
Falling from NBC’s autumn slate might have been a blessing in disguise for apoca-comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Created by 30 Rock‘s Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, the show’s funnybone originates from the same type of acerbic wit that their seminal skit comedy nailed with aplomb. So, after the network omitted the series from their fall line-up, a deal was struck with global streaming giants, Netflix, which might actually prove to be a stronger choice in getting this sitcom before the right audience.
Up front in the lead as the happy-go-lucky Kimmy is Bridesmaids‘ star, Ellie Kemper. After years of surviving in an underground apocalypse cult with three other women, she is eventually rescued and begins a new life in New York City. The pitfalls are easy to spot, purely based on that synopsis. Fish out of water gags, silliness borne out of misunderstanding… the obvious direction of the »
- Gem Seddon
This morning, the trailer for the upcoming Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt dropped, and it looks all-around adorable. With the writing duo of Tina Fey and Robert Carlock (otherwise known as the geniuses behind 30 Rock) at the helm and stars like Ellie Kemper and Jane Krakowski, the comedy about an apocalypse cultmember-turned New York City resident is bound to be on fire. Today's teaser gives a glimpse of some of the show's highlights (and Kemper's perfectly-quirky demeanor), but we're also hoping for a bit of nostalgia out of Unbreakable. It's been almost two years since our beloved 30 Rock ended, and life just hasn't been the same without Liz Lemon and company. As such, it would be simply »
Finally, we have the first trailer for "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," the new Netflix sitcom from "30 Rock" dream team Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. The show follows the titular naif (Ellie Kemper) after she's sprung from an apocalypse cult and moves to New York City. Kemper is all wide grins and pollyanna proclamations in this first clip. Adorable. And yet, might this be a spinoff of a little-known, hilarious "30 Rock" character? Forget for a minute that Jane Krakowski is back playing a woman who resembles Jenna Maroney in her curtness and confident cluelessness. Kimmy Schmidt herself feels a lot like a lost "30 Rock" character. Remember this young, hopeful woman from season 6? There's more than a passing resemblance. Here's hoping she's strong enough to contend with New York City and (even more intimidatingly) Jane Krakowski's mad one-liner skills. "Kimmy" hits Netflix March 6. »
- Louis Virtel
Netflix has debuted the trailer for its latest comedy series. Created by “30 Rock” duo Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” follows a young woman who has been living underground in a cult-created apocalypse shelter for 15 years. When she finds the world she thought had been obliterated is still intact, she heads out, invigorated… albeit with a few quirks as a result of being detached from the world for over a decade (i.e. an irrational fear of Velcro and an unrelenting doe-eyed optimism). The series stars Ellie Kemper (“The Office”), Tituss Burgess (“30 Rock”), Emmy winner Carol Kane, Jane Krakowski, and others. With the recent Golden Globe win for Amazon series “Transparent,” (available to stream for free for 24 hours on Saturday, Jan. 24) television and streaming networks like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon are proving they’re the emerging frontier for innovative and risk-taking entertainment. The full 13-episode season of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt »
After living in a cult for fifteen years, Kimmy (Ellie Kemper – The Office) decides to reclaim her life and start over in New York City. Armed with just a backpack, light-up sneakers, and a couple of way-past-due library books, she’s ready to take on a world she didn’t even think existed anymore. Wide-eyed but resilient, nothing is going to stand in her way. She quickly finds a new job (working for 30 Rock’s Jane Krakowski), a new roommate (Tituss Burgess – 30 Rock), and a new beginning. The cast also includes Lauren Adams, Sara Chase, Sol Miranda and Emmy winner Carol Kane (Taxi, The Princess Bride). The new TV [ Read More ]
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- Rudie Obias
[Youtube "mNKEKlXY3Z4"] Netflix released the trailer for its upcoming Tina Fey comedy, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and it's as winsome and weird as you might expect. Kimmy stars Ellie Kemper (The Office, Bridesmaids) in the title role as a 20-something liberated from a doomsday cult who learns that the apocalypse never actually happened and her entire life was based on lies. Fey's 30 Rock partner in comedy, Robert Carlock, is also behind the series, so it's no surprise a few familiar faces pop up among the eclectic oddballs Kimmy meets when she moves to New York, finds housing with a Times Square robot performer »
- Lanford Beard, @lanfordbeard
What do you get when an ex-cult member spends a decade and a half underground to escape the End of Days before being let loose in the modern day Big Apple? The premise for Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schimdt, of course. The streaming video-on-demand company just released a two-minute trailer for its upcoming comedy series set for release on March 6, 2015.
The Kimmy Schmidt trailer starts off with a Swat team finding the apocalypse shelter of Kimmy (played by The Office’s Ellie Kemper). She and her fellow cult sisters are brought to New York City, where Kimmy decides to stay and make a life for herself despite being severely out-of-date after 15 years underground. The spunky redhead proceeds to find new roommates, get a job as a nanny for an upscale family, and naively yet wittily compliment a construction worker who’s trying to hit on her.
- Bree Brouwer
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt looks like no other Netflix series we've seen before. Ellie Kemper stars as a woman who has been rescued after living underground for 15 years in a doomsday cult. She moves to New York City, where she encounters typical Manhattan life (including a tiny apartment) and faces it all with an impossibly large smile on her face. The series also stars Jane Krakowski seemingly playing a variation of Jenna Maroney and is created by Tina Fey - but don't expect it to feel like 30 Rock. This looks a lot broader and wackier. We'll see if it pays off when the show is released on March 6! Until then, check out what's new on Netflix in February and find out when all Netflix's original series are premiering. »
After receiving a two-season order from Netflix back in November, the streaming service has released the first trailer for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. All thirteen episodes will premiere on March 6, 2015 at 12:01am Pt exclusively on Netflix. The 13-episode first season was originally slated to premiere on NBC and instead will now launch exclusively across all Netflix territories.
After living in a cult for fifteen years, Kimmy (Ellie Kemper - The Office) decides to reclaim her life and start over in New York City. Armed with just a backpack, light-up sneakers, and a couple of way-past-due library books, she's ready to take on a world she didn't even think existed anymore. Wide-eyed but resilient, nothing is going to stand in her way. She quickly finds a new job (working for 30 Rock's Jane Krakowski), a new roommate (Tituss Burgess - 30 Rock), and a new beginning. The cast also includes Lauren Adams, Sara Chase, »
Except the twist is that Kimmy Schmidt, played by the effervescent Ellie Kemper, has actually been hidden underground for 15 years with a group of cult sisters after fearing for the apocalypse. Now there’s something we haven’t heard before!
Coming from Executive Producers Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stars Kemper, and 30 Rock alums Jane Krakowski and Tituss Burgess as her respective employer and roommate. This new comedy series premieres on Netflix March 6 with a 13 episode first season. Watch the first trailer below:
- Brian Welk
Kimmy Schmidt discovers that she likes dancing with her butt, loves eating candy for dinner and hates Velcro, in the full trailer for Ellie Kemper’s new Netflix comedy.
Created by 30 Rock‘s Tina Fey and Robert Carlock and releasing 13 episodes on March 6, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt stars The Office‘s Kemper as a survivor of a doomsday cult, fished out of an underground bunker after 15 years of isolation.
The Golden Globes host created the upcoming Netflix comedy with “30 Rock” executive producer Robert Carlock
It does not appear that Fey will have a physical presence on the show she co-created with “30 Rock” executive producer Robert Carlock, but her sense of humor is unmistakable in the first look the streaming service debuted on Thursday.
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Kemper, an “Office” alum who »
- Greg Gilman
With an updated spin on Blast From the Past, Ellie Kemper stars as Kimmy Schmidt in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — brought to you by Netflix and the people who made 30 Rock (specifically Tina Fey and Robert Carlock) and co-starring 30 Rock's Jane Krakowski. The whole thing will appear on Netflix on Friday, March 6, and because in StreamingLand, there are no rules, it's already been renewed for a second season. »
- Lindsey Weber
Let's just come out and say it: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt looks absolutely adorable. And—spoiler alert—it is! We've seen the first few episodes and can attest that you will love Ellie Kemper to pieces in Tina Fey and Robert Carlock's new comedy. After months—seriously, this show was announced in October 2013—of waiting, you can get your first look at the anticipated series below. Rejoice because that is Jane Krakowski, Carol Kane and Titus Burgess all in one show starring opposite Kemper. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was originally set for NBC, but something magical happened and Netflix swooped in. Now it will hit the streaming giant on Friday, March 6 and it's already been renewed »
The first trailer for Tina Fey's new Netflix comedy, "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," has finally arrived, and proves that fans of Fey's former NBC sitcom "30 Rock" should feel right at home with the series.
Ellie Kemper stars as the titular character, a young woman who's been trapped in an underground bunker by a doomsday cult for 15 years. Finally broken free, Kimmy heads off to New York City to start over, and get reacquainted with life above ground.
Fey and "30 Rock" co-creator Robert Carlock are both producing "Kimmy," and the zany energy they brought to their former collaboration is all over this new series. In the trailer, we see Kimmy delight in living in someone's closet, freak out over velcro, and misunderstand a construction worker's catcalls; she begins nannying for a snooty socialite played by Jane Krakowski, who seems every bit a Jenna Maroney 2.0 as she explains that Kimmy may have »
- Katie Roberts
Josh Radnor returned to Broadway this season in Disgraced, and now the How I Met Your Mother star has locked down another role for next season—of a much more musical variety. Radnor will star alongside Laura Benanti in Roundabout Theatre Company’s romantic comedy She Loves Me, the first musical Roundabout ever produced and the first musical announced for the company’s upcoming 50th anniversary season (which also includes Keira Knightley’s Broadway debut and a new production of Noises Off). Roundabout’s associate artistic director Scott Ellis will direct the limited engagement, which will play Broadway in the »
- Marc Snetiker
And the show’s producers are totally Ok with that.
“If people compare it to 30 Rock, we’re very, very flattered,” Ep Robert Carlock said at a Television Critics Association winter press tour panel on Wednesday in Pasadena.
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