Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is Netflix’s most recent foray into original programming, with the first season’s 13 episodes available for streaming. The Tina Fey-created show follows the titular Kimmy, a 30-something after she is rescued from a doomsday cult. Despite having spent most of her life underground, Kimmy decides to brave New York City, to entertaining results. Here are a couple of reasons why us over here at The Daily Quirk will be binge-watching The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Continue reading
It’s the end of an era. The 72nd Annual Golden Globes Awards marked the third and final year of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s hosting of the awards show. While we were all eager to see them grace our screens again, we are now all fretting about who could possibly top them?! Even Queen of Hollywood herself, Meryl Streep, took time to say how she’ll miss Tina and Amy after this year — and that was even after they announced the show was running long for the fifth time. Continue reading
Rumors spread at the beginning of July surrounding a Tina Fey-helmed Hocus Pocus sequel in the works at Disney, but unfortunately, you can’t believe everything you read on the Internet.
The next day, Deadline squashed the rumors by announcing the Tina Fey project, while witch-themed, was not Hocus Pocus 2, which apparently isn’t even being looked at by Disney as a possibility. Continue reading
Most look forward to the usual suspects at the start of a new year: a clean slate, a chance to follow through on New Year’s resolutions for once and time to take a breather after the hectic holidays. For pop-culture junkies, the new year marks the end of the holiday season and the exciting beginning of another – award season! Continue reading
From Mean Girls to 30 Rock Tina Fey’s influence on comedy is undeniable. If there’s any comedic woman to set an example, it’s Tina Fey. Here are 5 of the most important lessons I’ve learned from Tina Fey. Continue reading
Walking into a movie where Paul Rudd and Tina Fey co-star your first thought is – this is going to be funny. And while at times I was doubled over laughing – it was typically thanks to the sarcastic nature of Lily Tomlin’s character, who plays Fey’s feminist mother. Continue reading