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It’s one of the most anticipated (streaming) television projects of the year, however the new season of “Arrested Development” has suffered from unfavorable critical feedback.
The mixed reviews actually translated to a 6% decrease of Netflix’s stock, though analysts insist it’s merely an overreaction that will correct itself.
Adding even more excitement to the Memorial Day Weekend festivities, Netflix will unveil fifteen new episodes of “Arrested Development” on Sunday (May 26).
In light of the hype, they’ve just released a few new preview clips of some of the quirky action that’s on its way to streaming glory.
After about a seven-year hiatus, a trailer for the new season of "Arrested Development" is sure to whet fans' appetites for more of the Bluth family.
It’s an exciting time for the millions of fans whose hearts broke when “Arrested Development” was cancelled a few years back!
Last night (April 29) the beloved cast showed up at the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles for a swanky shindig to celebrate the arrival of Season 4.
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It was arguably the best show of the 2000s, and “Arrested Development” will be resurrected from its premature death on May 26th.
The Netflix video streaming company has revived the Bluth Family, ordering a whopping fifteen installments of the smart and quirky comedy.
Bluth fans the world over can rejoice once again, as Conan O’Brien just shared the first picture from the set of the newly-revived “Arrested Development.”
The “Conan” host took to his Twitter account to share the joyous sight, including Michael Bluth himself Jason Bateman as well as Andy Richter.
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It’s one of the most beloved shows that’s ever been cancelled, and “Arrested Development” is getting a rebirth starting this month.
And according to a tweet from executive producer/narrator Ron Howard, each of the 10 episodes will focus on one of the zany characters in the Bluth family.
Just a month removed from revealing plans for a shortened-season return, more details regarding new "Arrested Development" episodes has been made public.
The series, which stars Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Michael Cera and Portia de Rossi, is releasing the new material via Netflix in 2013.