Rejoice! Tina Fey and Jane Krakowski have been reunited once again. According to Bustle, Krakowski—known as Jenna Maroney, of course, to those cool people who knew where it was at and experienced the magic of 30 Rock—has joined Fey's upcoming sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, which will premiere on NBC sometime this year. Though Fey isn't actually going to appear in the series, this is still amazing news: Krakowski deserves to be on TV all the time, and it's even better if Fey's the one writing the scripts!
If you haven't yet heard of Fey's new series, here's a quick rundown: it stars Ellie Kemper of The Office and Bridesmaids fame as a woman who, along with three other women, were recently rescued from a crazy cult. When she appears on Today to be interviewed about her experiences, Kimmy decides to just stay in NYC and experience life like a normal, single gal for the first time ever—only, for her, everything is the first time ever, and the show chronicles her life as she discovers a world she didn't even know existed. In other words, expect hilarity to ensue pretty promptly.
Apparently, Krakowski's character—a rich, Upper East Side mother who hires Kimmy to be her childrens' nanny—only has one scene in the pilot and is set to be a recurring character, but hopefully that will change. After all...Jesse Pinkman was supposed to be written out of Breaking Bad in season one, but then he became the second lead of the series! It happens!