Who Needs An ‘Arrested Development’ Reunion When We Have The Documentary?
Sure, we love all the tidbits, photos and casting announcements that have emerged regarding Netflix's fourth season of 'Arrested Development' but it's hard to stay focused when we still have until spring 2013 to see them. That glorious day will come but in the meantime, why not reflect on what made the show so wildly successful with fans and critics alike (but not viewers) in the first place? That's exactly what two fans set out to do in 2007, and the bananas of their labor have finally arrived!
Neil Lieberman and Jeff Smith are our new best friends, now that the pair have given us "The Arrested Development Documentary Project." The documentary began in 2007, and has since managed to acquire interviews from both cast and crew alike, including multiple guest stars, and even fans of the series. It's a great way to refresh ourselves on the success of the series, before Netflix brings it back for real this Spring.
In the trailer below, you'll see excepts of everyone from Mitch Hurwitz and Ron Howard, to Andy Richter, and even Scott Baio's surprise to learning his infamous character's name. There's no official release information for the film, but you can learn all there is to learn at the website listed at the end of the video.
Check it out, and tell us what you're most excited to see from the new season of 'Arrested Development!' Boy, it feels good saying those words.