It's been a big week for Netflix subsribers. Last week, House of Cards fans were finally able to let loose on season two. And today, the Tina Fey and Robert Carlock-produced comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt dropped. One might think it would be a tad overwhelming to keep up with the queue, but it seems that audiences are so enamored with the new show that all binge-related stress simply mets away.
The comedy follows the titular Kimmy as she navigates life after being rescued from a fake apocalypse cult. She moves to New York City, rents a closet from strange roommates, starts working for a trophy wife, and learns about selfies, all the while dropping hilariously weird one-liners like "I'm pre...
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