With Netflix due to birth its much-heralded 'Arrested Development' reunion season this weekend, the streaming service's original series future seems brighter than ever. 'House of Cards' has already begun shooting a second season, and there's several new original offerings lined up in the coming months, but will Eli Roth's moderately-received 'Hemlock Grove' get a second season? Hear what Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos has to say about the prospect inside!
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At long last, the day is nearly upon us when 'Arrested Development' season 4 arrives on Netflix in its entirety, granting the collective fandom's seven-year wish for new episodes. We know the 15 new episodes will unfold in a different format than we're used to, but has Netflix finally made a decision about a season 5 or even a potential movie? Hear what series creator Mitch Hurwitz has to say inside!
While Netflix subscribers continue to chew their own hands off in anticipation of this weekend's 'Arrested Development' season 4 premiere, the streaming service has begun shoring up its plans for the latest original content releases. We previously heard that Jenji Kohan's 'Orange is the New Black' would drop this summer, while Ricky Gervais' controversial dramedy 'Derek' now has a September premiere. Find out about Gervais' TV return inside!
Hard to believe in just over a week's time we'll be binge-watching Netflix's 'Arrested Development' season 4, 15 full episodes of as-yet-unrevealed surprises and more cameos than we can count. The latest round of photos from the revived season gives us our first look at 'Mad Men's' John Slattery, as well as a bit of friendly nepotism and a previously hidden guest star, sot get the latest on 'Arrested Development's' return inside!
It's hard to believe just a few short weeks from now 'Arrested Development' will return from the grave with 15 all new episodes streaming on Netflix May 26, but every new look we get into the season reminds us how far over the rainbow we've gone...toward other rainbows. The latest look at 'Arrested Development' season 4 goes a bit viral, showing us the acting reel of the great Dr. Tobias Fünke! Watch Tobias insert himself anywhere inside!
Just yesterday we learned that 'Arrested Development' season 4 had yet to reveal all of its guest stars, even as we approach the May 26 debut of all 15 Netflix episodes, but it seems another major name has slipped out of the bag. 'The Office' and 'The Hangover' star Ed Helms will put in an appearance for 'Arrested Development's' return, and you don't have to wait to see it!
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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 wildly about Tudyk's 'Arrested Development' season 4 role inside!
As far back as 2003, we can remember thinking that 'Arrested Development's frozen bananas and nuts looked like a delicious banana stand treat we've love to have in our mouths. Rather than do the sensible thing however, and spend five minutes at a grocery store to make one ourselves, we waited ten years for Netflix to create a real banana stand for 'Arrested Development's May 26 reunion! Find out how to get your own Bluth's frozen banana inside!
Particularly given the recent boom of cancelled TV series returning from the grave, from 'Arrested Development's Netflix revival to the 'Veronica Mars' Kickstarter movie, even 'Heroes' apparent revival at the hands of MSN, more and more fans have rallied to return their favorite series to live. Joss Whedon's cancelled cult FOX series 'Firefly' has long led the charge, but Netflix chief Ted Sarandos doesn't believe the fan-favorite series has a future. Find out why inside!