Published: Fri, May 04, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' to end with fourth season on Netflix

'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' to end with fourth season on Netflix

Before the decision was made to end the series with season 4, Netflix announced that it would break up the season into two parts.

You can catch Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt streaming on Netflix.

The series is now in production of its second part and once that is completed, series co-creators and writers Tina Fey and Robert Carlock are expected to script the movie finale.

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The Netflix comedy about a young woman who makes her way to NY after 15 years of being held captive in a bunker by a cult leader, will end its run with its next season according to Deadline.

For it's final season, the first six episodes will premiere on May 30th, with the remaining seven to debut later in the year. But don't worry fans, it is said that the Netflix comedy is preparing a movie series finale.

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Sources have confirmed that Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is ending after Season 4 although fans may still likely see the gang again given talks about a movie happening with Universal Television. The streaming service swooped in and picked up the single-camera comedy, originally piloted and given a 13-episode series order by NBC, with a two-season pickup ahead of its debut on the broadcast network. They also released five new photos from the upcoming fourth season of the critically acclaimed, award-winning comedy series. Filming is only half-way complete on the run, delayed so that co-creator Tina Fey could launch her Tony-nominated Mean Girls musical on Broadway, so there's no chance of an abrupt end for the Emmy-favored comedy.

The cast featured many well-known talents, such as Tituss Burgess, Jane Krakowski and Carol Kane.

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