‘Arrested Development’ Season 4 Clips Are Here: Birds, Bees and Bluths!
With 'Arrested Development' season 4 due to arrive this weekend, earlier today we caught a new round of photos that continually prime us for the Bluths' big Netflix return. Now, the streaming service has done us one better with four brand-new clips from 'Arrested Development's' 15 original episodes!
Mother of Gob, the Bluths are almost back! This Sunday will see the release of 'Arrested Development's' long-awaited season 4, and the content just keeps on coming. Along with a new easter-egg hunting poster, Netflix has released four new clips from the coming episodes, full of callbacks to fan-favorite gags and a few new ones to boot! Don't worry about any major spoilers, but dedicated fans of the series might make a few inferences from the footage.
Also worth noting within the clips are the show's continue use of language bleeps, odd considering the unrestricted nature of Netflix's original series. JoBlo recently investigated the new season's mature content changes, to which series creator Mitch Hurwitz offered up a clarification:
We more or less embraced the idea of the old show -- it's sort of being filtered through this narrator in an invisible way. Like it needs Ron Howard's sensibility, and as a character and in reality, that he's a clean-cut, really good guy. It just became part of the sensibility of the show, that we leave some things unsaid, we cover some things up.
‘Arrested Development’ season 4 features a guest roster of ‘Cougar Town‘s’ Busy Philipps and comedian Natasha Leggero, ‘The Office‘s’ John Krasinksi, Kristen Wiig and Seth Rogen, ‘Up All Night’ star Chris Diamantopoulos, Conan O’Brien and Andy Richter, ‘Parks and Recreation‘s’ Ben Schwartz, all three stars of Comedy Central’s ‘Workaholics,’ Terry Crews and Isla Fisher, as well as returning series players Ed Helms, Alan Tudyk, Martin Mull, Ben Stiller, James Lipton, Carl Weathers, Jeff Garlin, Liza Minnelli, Judy Greer, Henry Winkler and Scott Baio.
Well, what are you waiting for? Check out the latest 'Arrested Development' season 4 clips above and below, then hit the comments with your thoughts before Sunday!