The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Season 4 trailer takes on the working world
The popular Netflix show is going to premiere its fourth season on May 30 with the first six episodes. The latter ones are scheduled to arrive on a later date.
Kimmy Schmidt is back and with a bang this time, proudly acclaiming that she's NOT an Eeyore, but she's a Pooh.
Excited with an overdose of adrenaline as usual, this season's Kimmy is a slightly different from the past ones - and that's because Kimmy is a working woman now.
She might prance about her day singing Rebecca Black's Friday wrong, but she has a job!
The Season 4 trailer of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt features the ever so beloved Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) in her new role as the HR manager at Giztoob - the responsibilities now include robot parties, white privileges and sexual harassment.
But what would the iconic Kimmy be without her sidekick - namely, the erratic Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski), who is now a talent manager with a one-person-clientele that boasts of the ever so entertaining Titus (Tituss Burgess).
Titus himself is however busy creating and starring in a new TV show (which turns out to be fake) and of course, directing a middle school play.
And then comes Lillian (Carol Kane) who is still busy trying to disrupt the status quo. Yet this season has several surprises in store for fans and followers and that's mostly in the form of guest appearances by Jon Hamm, Busy Phillips, Greg Kinnear, Bobby Moynihan, Amy Sedaris, Mike Carlsen, Zosia Mamet, Derek Klena and Aidy Bryant.
As of yet, the first six episodes of this season are scheduled to debut on May 30.
The latter half of the season is supposed to come out at a later date, and by the looks of it they are going to be the final episodes of the entire series.
But worry not - there have been talks about wrapping the entire show up with a final movie, as Kemper had revealed to E! Online, speaking about her ideal ending for the character she adores so much.
"That's a tough one…When we stop visiting Kimmy, I would want to see her with a lot of friends and doing stuff that makes her happy because she deserves that after having such a tumultuous time," Kemper said.
"Whether that does include a significant other or not is up to her, I think, because ending up with the love of her life does not necessarily have to be the happy ending, but I think it would be nice if she could find somebody to share…"