I’m am always on the hunt for new TV/Netlix shows to watch. I get excited when new shows come on to check out. I mark the days of their release on my calendar, and then I make sure to schedule them to be recorded on my Directv recorder. One of the reasons I’m glad to be a member of the #StreamTeam from Netflix is because I get behind the scenes information and the chance to review some of their shows ahead of time. This month they are excited about their new series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Review
As a member of the #StreamTeam for Netflix, I was asked to check out Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix and give an honest input on how it relates to my life. This show is not my normal cup of tea to watch because it is filled with loads of stupid antics and attempts at comedy. Despite all of that, there is plenty of aspects of the show worth grasping and hanging onto.
Things Have Drastically Changed in Our Society
Our society over the past 20 years have drastically changed a LOT! In fact, this show has inspired plenty of blog posts out of me (that are already written and scheduled.) I amazed how Kimmy works diligently to try to fit into the world she’s in now. Yet at the same time she also sticks who she is as a person. She even bucks some of the new things that have been allowed in our world.Please consider Pinning this image. Thank you.
Considering I’m always fighting against many of the changes happening in our world around us I could relate to Kimmy’s points of view quite a bit. I can easily see myself being like her and willing to take on the challenges of the world. I’m not one to back down from my opinions and beliefs regardless how much the world around me says I’m wrong. You have to prove me beyond a shadow of a doubt that you’re right when I’m confident that I am. (Yes, for any lawyers reading this I know exactly what the true definition of beyond a shadow of a doubt means. I excelled with flying colors in every law class I took.)
Why it’s Worth Watching
I feel that this show is worth watching because it is filled with inspirational messages that people may actually pay attention too. It is a bit over the top how they teach these lessons, but it’s almost so stupidly good you can’t turn away. I watched two episodes and said I couldn’t watch the rest of it. Yet, after I was away from it a while I went right back to finishing the rest of the series. This show grows on you.
What are your thoughts on this new series?
P.S. My husband wishes Netflix would add more to their anime collection shows. Do you agree with him?