'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' ending after season 4 with movie finale

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The Netflix comedy about a young woman who makes her way to NY after 15 years of being held captive in a bunker by a cult leader, will end its run with its next season according to Deadline.

It's a miracle! Today, Netflix unveils a first look at season four of the Emmy-nominated Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt with photos and a sneak peak at the opening sequence of the first new episode of the beloved series.

The quirky, charming, sometimes totally crackpot series, which stars Ellie Kemper, Tituss Burgess, Jane Krakowski and Carol Kane, was one of Netflix's first hits in terms of original content, which now feels like it was decades ago.

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is no longer unemployable. The streaming service swooped in and picked up the single-camera comedy, originally piloted and given a 13-episode series order by NBC, with a two-season pickup ahead of its debut on the broadcast network.

Check out these exclusive first look pics of the fourth season (where everyone looks mildly horrified) below. It's one of my favorite shows on the streaming service, but I trust Fey and Carlock to end this show the right way, which bound to be completely bananas. But even into its third season, things felt like they were slowing down, narratively, with the series. In addition to her busy career in TV and film, Fey recently ventured into theater with the Mean Girls musical landing 12 Tony nominations earlier this week.

The other new images feature an assortment of goodies, like Titus (Tituss Burgess) holding a "Salvation Coast Guard" bag, Jacqueline (Krakowski) standing in front of an albino robot, and Lillian (Carol Kane) providing Kimmy some inimitable emotional support. Fey, Carlock, Jeff Richmond (30 Rock) and David Miner (30 Rock, Brooklyn Nine-Nine) serve as executive producers.