Arrested Development hasn’t booked an official Season 5 premiere, but creator Mitch Hurwitz has the next best thing. This very Friday will see the release of a completely re-edited Season 4, undoing the Rashomon-style approach for a more traditional cut.
Netflix has been surprisingly quiet on the front of Arrested Development Season 5, but the banana stand may once again be opening. Star Henry Winkler suggests the Bluths will be back as early as this summer.
Finding success with an original TV show is never easy, which means writers and creators are usually more concerned with earning another season than planning years in advance.
But sometimes, the minds behind our favorite TV shows have a grand plan in mind – and drop plenty of clues to help viewers connect the dots to see what’s coming...
Fan reaction to 'Arrested Development' season 4 ran the gamut from "brilliant!" to "boring!" but there can be no denying fans of the legendarily irreverent comedy want more -- either as the long-awaited film, or another Netflix season. That wish may officially come true, as reports indicate Netflix has officially entered negotiations for another round of 'Arrested Development!'
Just two weeks until the premiere of 'Arrested Development' season 4's fifteen new Netflix episodes, and we're still learning about previously unrevealed returning guest stars. Following last night's big 'Arrested Development' season 4 trailer drop, some eagle (Vulture?) eyed fans have observed that 'Firefly' star Alan Tudyk will reprise his role as Ann Veal's father Pastor Veal! Let's speculate w