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“I’m normal. I’ve had everything normal happen to me.”
Netflix has unleashed the trailer for their new comedy series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
The show, created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock – of 30 Rock fame – was originally set to air on NBC this spring, only for Netflix to nab it for the streaming service’s growing comedy line-up.
Ellie Kemper (Bridesmaids) stars as a woman who is rescued from a doomsday cult and starts life over as a nanny for an Upper East Side socialite (Jane Krakowski from 30 Rock) in New York City. Armed with just a backpack, light-up sneakers and a couple way-past-due library books, she takes on a world she didn’t think even existed anymore.
The single-camera comedy will span 13 episodes, which will be released all at once on Friday 6th March 2015 – although there are a lot of other Netflix releases to get through before then…
Here’s the trailer. We’ll have a review for you nearer the air date. If it’s anything like this, though, it’ll be very, very funny.
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