Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. the Reverend now streaming on Netflix

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The popular character Kimmy Schmidt from the Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will hit screens once again, this time in her own TV special.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was one of the most popular series to air on Netflix. The show first premiered in 2015 and ended with a four-season run in early 2019. In its 51 episodes, the series followed Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper), a woman who is freed after 15 years of being held in a bunker by a reverend named Richard Wayne Gary Wayne (Jon Hamm).

Now in the real world again (this time as an adult), Kimmy heads to New York City in hopes of starting out fresh in a new place. In the city, she meets several new people who she becomes close with, including Titus Andromedon (Tituss Burgess), Lillian Kaushtopper (Carol Kane), and Jacqueline White (Jane Krakowski), for whom she works for as a babysitter.

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Throughout the charming show, the protagonist deals with love, school, work, finding her place in the world, and discovering her passions. Now, roughly a year after the series concluded, Kimmy Schmidt will return in her own TV special, which will be 90 minutes! It is an interactive-type viewing too, so you get to take part and help Kimmy decide what she will do!

Fans will get to check in on how the character is doing, but her life becomes more action-packed in this film as she embarks on a quest. The TV special does center around her about to tie the knot with a prince (Daniel Radcliffe), but she also learns of the fact that the Reverend (who is in jail) may still have another bunker full of girls who are being held captive.

It’s up to Kimmy, Titus, Jacqueline, Lilian, and you to save these girls, set them free, and help Kimmy get married as scheduled!

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. the Reverend is now streaming on Netflix.