Now that Netflix's latest original effort 'Hemlock Grove' has achieved equal, if not greater success than breakout series 'House of Cards,' and the red carpet has literally rolled out for 'Arrested Development' season 4, the pay-streaming service has officially set a July 11 premiere for its latest effort, 'Weeds' creator Jenji Kohan's 'Orange Is the New Black.' Netflix's latest series stars Taylor Schilling, Laura Prepon and Jason Biggs, so get a first look at 'Orange Is the New Black' inside!
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Last week's bounty of 'Arrested Development' season 4 posters and photos really allowed us to taste the happy, but that doesn't mean the goods will stop anytime soon before the May 26 debut. As the long-awaited Netflix revival prepares to unleash its premiere in California, Netflix has released yet another prop poster for 'Arrested Development' season 4, reminding us that George Sr. has only one way to get that trademark smile.
Will the 'Arrested Development' season 4 goodies never end? All this week we've been chronicling the explosion of new content from the May 26 reunion season, from photos to posters to a hilarious outtake clip, and the train shows no signs of stopping. The latest batch of photos from Netflix's revival of 'Arrested Development' reveals the role of 'The Great Gatsby' star Isla Fisher, and gives us our best look at Gob's future, so taste the happy of new 'Arrested Development' goodness inside!
Netflix has its hands full these days with the release of its latest original series 'Hemlock Grove,' as well as the imminent debut of new 'Arrested Development' episodes. Though, that didn't stop the cast and crew of the streaming network's breakout original series 'House of Cards' from getting together to discuss the upcoming season, as well as the Netflix attitude that made the series the memorable drama it became. Preview 'House of Cards' past and future inside!
What a glorious time to be an 'Arrested Development' fan. Just hours after the first official clip from the May 26 Netflix reunion series made its way online, a slew of new photos from 'Arrested Development' season 4 have hit as well. The new shots show the Bluth family back in action, along with some of our favorite peripheral characters, and even a look at Seth Rogen and Kristen Wiig's mysterious roles! It's not an illusion, Michael, look at photos!
At long last, it's here! Where yesterday brought a slew of new 'Arrested Development' photos and some hilarious character posters to match, the Netflix powers that be have finally granted us a real look at the new season debuting May 26. The first clip from 'Arrested Development' season 4 features Buster and Lucille getting closer than ever, but is it any more than just blowing smoke? Check out the first glimpse of 'Arrested Development' season 4 inside!
Oh merciful Zeus, they're here! Earlier today brought the reveal of several new 'Arrested Development' photos from Entertainment Weekly, along with a few amateur shots of the new Netflix character posters popping up around town, but now they're finally here in glorious high-res! Check out all the new 'Arrested Development' season 4 posters back to back inside!
As elated as we were to have the recent string of 'Arrested Development' prop posters, and the new EW photos from earlier, we had the distinct feeling the campaign was lacking in bringing the whole Bluth clan back together. Well say no more, as Netflix's full set of 'Arrested Development' character posters are popping up all over town and the gang's all here!
Netflix has been keeping perfectly coy about the forthcoming reunion season of 'Arrested Development,' keeping us in suspense for a trailer or sneak peek before the big May 26 premiere. Still, we've got a good new look at the Bluth family reunited (mostly) on one of the show's most famous sets, so have a look at the latest photos from 'Arrested Development' season 4 inside!
Though we've yet to see much in the way of a real trailer, 'The Killing' will finally premiere its eagerly anticipated third season on June 2, washing away the distaste of the Rosie Larsen case with an all-new crime spree for Detectives Linden and Holder to tackle. The first poster of the new season has made its way online, and as you'll see, 'The Killing' is no longer singular. Get a sneak peek of 'The Killing' season 3 inside!