‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ S2 Guest Stars Include Jeff Goldblum, Anna Camp

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Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has been busy Kimmy-fying the world in prep for her April 15 Season 2 return, and she won’t be alone. New photos from the season reveal the vast array of guest stars, including Jeff Goldblum, Tina Fey (in a new role), Anna Camp, and several more.

In addition to the round of new photos above, Netflix released official character descriptions for the new faces, which also include SNL vet Fred Armisen (visible in the first trailer giving us all a Jinx vibe), and Girls star Zosia Mamet:

Fred Armisen plays Bobby​, a former flame of Lillian’s.

Anna Camp plays Deirdre Robespierre, Princeton-educated trophy wife, queen of New York society, and a rival to Jacqueline Voorhees.

Amy Sedaris again plays Mimi Kanassis, one of Jacqueline’s society friends.

Zosia Mamet and Evan Jonigkeit play Sue and Bob Thompstein, an Austin hipster couple.

Jeff Goldblum plays talk show host Dr. Dave, who takes an interest in the story of the Mole Women.

David Cross plays Russ Snyder, attorney for the Jewish Art Reclamation Project.

Tina Fey plays therapist Andrea Bayden.

So reads the Season 2 synopsis:

Season two of the Emmy-nominated series picks up shortly after season 1 and finds Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) looking for a new job, Titus (Tituss Burgess) forced to face his past with the appearance of his ex-wife and Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski) rediscovering her roots, while landlady Lillian (Carol Kane) finds a surprising romance.

Ahead of the Netflix comedy’s April 15 return, we know that Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has already been renewed for a third season in 2017. The second run will also take more advantage of Netflix’s relaxed standards, and runtimes and introduce us to Kimmy (Kemper)’s mother at some point, though no official casting has yet been confirmed.

We’ll likely hear more of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt before the April 15 premiere, so check out the first photos and past trailers below.

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