Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Men Are On Blast In the Kimmy Schmidt Season Four Trailer

Men Are On Blast In the Kimmy Schmidt Season Four Trailer

Welcome to adulthood, Kimmy Schmidt.

Kimmy Schmidt is facing some tough issues. The series, created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, found a way to blend super-silly humor with surprisingly dark subject matter. In addition, the show will be hosting many "never-nude meetups" - the next happening in NYC on Saturday, May 19, first at Washington Square Park from 12 PM - 13:30 PM, and then moving to The Mall in Central Park from 3:30 PM - 4 PM. While the series is wrapping-up, there's been some talk of a potential movie that might continue (or fully conclude) the story.

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The arrival of a new trailer for Season 4 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt brings with it a bittersweet feeling. The glass-half-empty angle is basically, "But I wanted all of Arrested Development season five immediately", which - while impatient and entitled and kind of silly - is a totally understandable way to feel; Netflix binge watching has conditioned us to expect all the things, all at once. Will season 4 be able to recapture the magic of season 1? Joining Kimmy on her journey are her best friend and roommate, Titus Andromedon (Tituss Burgess); her former-employer-turned-friend Jacqueline White (Jane Krakowski); and landlord Lillian Kaushtupper (Carol Kane).

This season finds Kimmy trying to do more in the world of work, with a job as the human resources person for a tech start-up. Jon Hamm, Greg Kinnear, Busy Phillips, Bobby Moynihan, Amy Sedaris, and Aidy Bryant are among those set to guest star. And between creating and starring in a new (fake) TV show and directing his first middle school play, Titus's own career begins to take off.

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