Netflix just released the trailer for the fourth and final season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and it shows us a brand new side of Kimmy: adulting Kimmy!
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has taken us on quite the journey as Kimmy has gone from a recovering Mole Woman to a woman simply trying to find her way in New York City. She’s worked as a nanny, she’s tried college, and in the show’s fourth and final season, Kimmy seems to have found her way into adulthood–well, Kimmy-style adulthood, anyway.
Last season Kimmy tried out the college life at Columbia, and when that ended up not working for her, she was left to figure out what she actually wanted her life to look like. When her classmate, Zach, hired her for his new tech startup, it seemed like Kimmy had finally started to find her way. In the new season 4 trailer, we see Kimmy adapting to her new life as an adult with an office job.
Unsurprisingly, Kimmy doesn’t adapt fully to the corporate lifestyle. While she struggles to find her groove in the corporate startup world, learning some of those social norms that her days in the bunker failed to teach her, Kimmy is still strong as hell. Even though corporate life is a lot to adapt to, she’s still going to find her way toward the life she wants.
With this being the final season, it’s nice to see Kimmy finding a more stable, happy life. After all she’s gone through with her years in the bunker, it’s exciting to see her finally find her footing and strive for big things. It’s a great way to end the series, and we can’t wait to see how Kimmy manages through life at a startup.
The first half of the final season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will hit Netflix on May 30, so make sure you’re caught up!
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