Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt deals with #MeToo, white privilege in season 4 trailer

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In the trailer for the upcoming season, it looks like both Kimmy and Titus finally have jobs (!) and that there's going to be a workplace comedy vibe. During her appearance, it was announced that only the season's first eight episodes will be available on the premiere date of May 29, as opposed to the full season. "The streamer is releasing those first half-seasons of Arrested and Kimmy just in time for Emmy consideration, as the deadline is May 31".

In the trailer for the upcoming fourth season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) has a new job at tech company Giztoob, where she has to deal with insecure men making sexual harassment claims against her and men anxious about their declining social dominance.

The split is a bummer for fans, who've waited a long time for Season 5 and will now have to wait for those last eight episodes. Probably. Visit VoteBluth.com for updates from the Bluth for Family of the Year campaign!

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On the next Arrested Development... (Jeffrey Tambor), his mother Lucille (Jessica Walter), his brothers George Oscar Bluth II (Will Arnett), Buster Bluth (Tony Hale) and sister Lindsay Funke (Portia de Rossi), and Lindsay's husband Tobias (David Cross) and their daughter Maeby (Alia Shawkat). The glass-half-empty angle is basically, "But I wanted all of Arrested Development season five immediately", which - while impatient and entitled and kind of silly - is a totally understandable way to feel; Netflix binge watching has conditioned us to expect all the things, all at once.

Arrested Development also recently debuted it's reedited, "remixed" version of season 4.

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