Let the binge-watching commence. “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” returns for a sophomore season on Netflix April 15th.
While fans have been clamoring for more, we got the scoop on what's next from lead actress Ellie Kemper.
"To get a little serious, there’s a term not coined but used in the second episode which is moral relativism. Titus orders a ham and clam pizza and Kimmy’s like ‘That’s not right! What you’re doing is not right!’ And this idea, the ham and clam on a larger scale, is just this idea that the world is not black and white. There’s a lot of areas of grey that Kimmy doesn’t like because she likes a definite answer, she wants it to be right or wrong and I think as she gets out into the real world, and sort of embraces her adulthood, she is realizing that there is a lot of frustration and ambiguity in the world that she sort of has to deal with. And I think that’s news to her… She has a more childlike view of it which is that this is right and this is wrong, and that’s not the case."
Viewers will find out more about fan-favorite character Titus Andromedon played by Tituss Burgess.
Burgess says fans will see his character consider other people’s feelings a lot more this season.
“It’s more grounded now I think, more so than ever, which I think adds a nice juxtaposition to all of his many shenanigans.”
He also revealed season two is littered with music, making note of a particularly “powerful” moment in a tune sung by Kemper "Kitty and Bunny."
For more of our interview with Kemper and Burgess, watch the video above.
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