Kimmy’s family and friends are struggling to keep up with the drama.
The showrunner has left her staff behind, and her star, Kristen Bell, recently parted ways with her fellow stars.
But for now, the Kimmy Schwartz drama has a director.
And it’s going to have a new showrunner.
Kimmy will be heading to Universal Studios’ “The Unbroken” with new showrunners Andrew Kosove and Joe Gagliardi, who co-wrote the series.
The cast is struggling to make sense of all the drama surrounding Kimmy, who has been locked up in the lockup since the 2016 season finale.
But there are plenty of familiar faces to return.
“We have a great cast that we love and are excited to work with again,” Kosove told The Hollywood Reporter.
“She’s been with us for a long time, so it’s great to be a part of that journey with her and her family. “
I’m really excited to share my experience as a TV producer, writer, producer, director, producer and executive producer, with a new team, and the experience that I’m learning with my wife and our daughter,” he continued.
“My goal is to be her team, but she will always be my family.” “
Kimmy is a very resilient woman and I think she’s just the perfect person to bring a fresh, new perspective and perspective to her character and her life,” he added.
“My goal is to be her team, but she will always be my family.”
Kosove, who is a veteran producer of television, told THR that he and Gaglinardi have been working together for several years.
“Andrew and Joe have been amazing collaborators,” Kosave said.
“They are both experienced in their respective fields and we’re thrilled to be working with them again.”
The pair also wrote the first two seasons of “Dancing with the Stars” and “America’s Got Talent,” which both were successful series.
The new show will begin shooting this fall, with the cast expected to be in place for a mid-2017 premiere. “
Our shows are on track for a strong 2016,” Kosve said.
The new show will begin shooting this fall, with the cast expected to be in place for a mid-2017 premiere.
“This new show is built to be more of a celebration of Kimmy and Kimmy,” Kosovas co-showrunner said.
For more on “Kim,” read THR’s recap of “Kim’s” finale.
“To me, the key for Kimmy is to go into her prison cell and not just be Kimmy anymore,” Koslovas said.
Bell has been involved with Kimmy since her days on “The Office.”
“I would say that we have an incredible chemistry,” Bell said.
When asked about Kim’s relationship with her mother, who she has seen on screen, Bell said she’s “always been there” with Kim.
“There’s so much drama in her life right now,” she added.
The Kimmy/Kimmy drama will be based on a screenplay by Kosove (pictured above).
He has been working on “Life After Lockup” since 2017, and was the lead writer on “Dating Coach.”
“Life after lockups is a real privilege, but I have to make a conscious decision to let the show go after it ends,” Kossovas said in a statement.
“At the end of the day, it’s a drama that has nothing to do with the past.
The stories in it have no connection to the past, no connection with the present.
The past is just part of the backdrop and background.”
Kosovs family, friends and colleagues are working together to try to get the show out on time.
Kosov, a graduate of UCLA, is currently the co-executive producer on “A Wrinkle in Time,” which is set to premiere this fall.
Bell, who grew up in Los Angeles, is from New York City.
“It’s such a privilege to work and collaborate with such a talented team,” she said in the statement.
And as a showrunner, Kosov said he was thrilled to join the team.
“If you have a passion, you want to work for someone that shares it and shares your vision, so to speak,” he said.
Kosove is set on a sequel to “Kim.”
“There are a lot of things I’m looking forward to about that project,” Kosova said.