Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 3
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 3 started airing on Friday, May 19, 2017. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S3E13 Kimmy Bites an Onion!
The season consists of 13 episodes.
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Like its second season, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 3 feels as if it’s going to be backloaded with plot. The reappearance of Kimmy’s captor, for instance, is only a low-level running gag for most of the season’s first half, but it seems as if there are bigger plans in store, the way the repeated <...> - by Slate [Sam Adams]
In the episode “Kimmy Can’t Help You!” Laura Dern’s character Wendy Hebert wanted Kimmy to divorce Reverend Richard Wayne Gary Wayne. Wendy Hebert wanted to marry him. This brought the word “rape” to Kimmy’s lips for the first time in 3 seasons, as she tried to convince Wendy that the <...> - according to Old Ain't Dead - season 3 [Virginia DeBolt]
Horror is more of a presence on Infamy than it was on The Terror’s first season, though to somewhat mixed success. Grisly deaths and general scares tend to arrive suddenly, with only the most basic moody buildup of anticipation. The series is prone to cutting to a character wandering around an empty space for a few <...> - according to Slant Magazine - Season 3 [Julia Selinger]
Yes, all the characters are progressing through life as they should, yet it all feels very regressive somehow. Although Kimmy is not the same girl she was when she first escaped the bunker, she hasn’t lost her doe-eyed wonderment either. And, this season Kimmy goes off to college. But, you would think that <...> - by Hungry Watching [Jaya Daniel] - Season 3
Since its inception there’s always been something a little off about this Tina Fey-produced Netflix sitcom. It’s not just the story itself that makes it unusual (although I can say with some measure of confidence that there are no other sitcoms about an escaped cult victim re-entering modern life), but the <...> - via Season 3 - Pop Culture Thoughts [Julien Houle]