When critics asked Tina Fey how her new series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt would be different now that it’s airing on Netflix instead of NBC, she had quite the zinger ready. “I think season two’s gonna mostly be shower sex,” Fey said during a press conference last week, drawing laughs. But she also had a point. Fey’s first series since 30 Rock was developed for her longtime TV home, NBC. But when the network couldn’t figure out when to air it, they cut a deal to move it to the video streaming service Netflix. There, the show has no official language restrictions, no content restrictions and no timeslots for episodes.