Busy Phillips, Aidy Bryant and others to make cameos on 'The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' season 4
Netflix's original 'The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' is coming back for a fourth season on May 30th, later this month and the cameos for the upcoming season have been revealed.
You will see Busy Phillips, Greg Kinnear, Bobby Moynihan, and Aidy Bryant starring in the upbeat comedy-drama along with our peppy and positive protagonist Ellie Kemper, who plays Kimmy Schmidt.
The web series is created by funny woman Tina Fey and Robert Carlock and made its debut back in March 2015. It was originally meant for an NBC release but was bought over by Netflix. They must have really liked it too because it went from being only a 13 episode sitcom to getting the green light for two full seasons.
Busy Pillips will be portraying Sheba Goodman, an heiress who is trying very hard to win over her family, as her massive inheritance hangs in the balance. Moynihan will play Fran Dodd, who is an activist of sorts.
He runs an organization called The Innocence Broject which aims to protect the male species from a so-called war on the gender. According to him, the Reverend who kept the girls locked is also innocent and is on a mission to prove him unobjectionable.
Aidy Bryant plays the character of Tabitha Bobatti who is the Reverend's former flame. She knew about the women being locked up but still, she chooses to not bat an eyelid.
Kimmy gets to know that and she is completely charged up to give her what she deserves.
Critically acclaimed, the show is something you can't miss, it's a witty, bright and highly entertaining take on the life of a young woman who is rescued from the clutches of a doomsday cult in the fictional town of Durnsville in Indiana.
Kimmy, along with three other women are held for 15 years by a cuckoo Reverend until they are finally free and get to see the world that they've missed for one and a half decades.
Jon Hamm (the crazy Reverend), Amy Sedaris (Mimi Kanasis, the delirious divorcee), Mike Carlsen (Kimmy's friend Titus' ex) and among others will be making a comeback in the upcoming season. The entire plot is such a fresh take on the social truths of the world, pop culture and the rise of feminism, every dark revelation very prettily hidden beneath a generous dose of humor.