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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 1 (2015)
Critic Consensus: Blessed with originality and a spot-on performance from Ellie Kemper, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is as odd as it is hilarious.
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Kemper is delightfully daffy in this modern Mary Tyler Moore role, oozing wonder as she discovers the marvels of the new millennium -- matching tattoos?
There never was any doubt that Ellie Kemper could anchor her own comedy series. She's all lightness, charm, vitality and teeth -- big bright ones that have a character all their own.
In case you couldn't tell, this is a comedy. And it's a good one, warm and charming, genuinely funny, and also odd enough to come from Tina Fey and writing partner Robert Carlock, late of 30 Rock.
Despite the darkness of its premise, Schmidt's tone, like that of its heroine, is indomitably sunny.
The execution of the high concept is rich with many excellent details, gags, and characters.
Audience Reviews for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Season 1
Well-written, perfectly cast, and executed brilliantly, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is the fun, smart brain-child of Tina Fey.
A surprise hit bringing fresh ideas into sitcoms. The premise itself is simply great, it has enough satire and stereotype to fill each episode. I loved the ensemble and the writing, both worked superbly. The first few episodes may be quite boring but if you managed to survive through the first 3 episodes then you'll begin to see the beauty in this comedy gold.
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