Granted, no 'Arrested Development' fans will soon forget the sheer miracle that led to the cancelled FOX comedy coming back for new episodes on Netflix seven years after disbanding, but we couldn't help feeling disappointed by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings' recent comments that additional seasons were an unlikely prospect. The company has since backpedaled, claiming additional orders of the acclaimed cult comedy are indeed possible, but what does series star David Cross have to say about the likelihood, or the potential feature film afterward?
Much of the recent press surrounding 'Arrested Development's long-awaited return this May has focused Netflix's uncertainty about additional seasons going forward, but it seems the revival has conjured up another
trick illusion to distract us from the thought. Following the multitude of past 'Arrested' stars and new roles joining the season, Ben Stiller has been announced to reprise his role as upstaging magician Tony Wonder, but what shenanigans might he bake himself into this time?
Given all the whiplash 'Arrested Development' fans have had to endure in their lives already, we were recently distressed (albeit not altogether unsurprised) that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings had significant doubts that the upcoming 'Arrested Development' season 4 revival would lead to any additional Netflix seasons. We've heard on multiple occasions that the new episodes debuting in May lay the groundwork for a movie rather than additional Netflix content, but is there hope of continuing the series regardless? Find out the latest on the future of 'Arrested Development' inside!
Perhaps one of the sweetest sounds we'd ever heard was the breaking news of 'Arrested Development's glorious return, to be broadcast across
10 14 episodes in May of 2013. Better yet was the possibility of even further 'Arrested Development' going forward, be it additional Netflix seasons or even the long-rumored movie, but has Netflix closed the banana stand on future offerings? Find out the future of 'Arrested Development' inside!
As 'Arrested Development' fans wind toward May and the imminent release of Netflix's revival season, it had seemed the major casting announcements had come and gone, and a trailer would be the next big thing on the horizon. Not so, as we've just learned comic superstars Seth Rogen and Kristen Wiig will appear in the upcoming 'Arrested Development' revival, and you'll never guess as who! Meet the latest additions to the Bluth family inside!
Every day brings us closer and closer to 'Arrested Development' season 4, or Netflix's revival season, or whatever we're referring to it as these days, but surprisingly we've yet to see any real footage, or even all that many images of the cast reunited! All that has changed with series executive producer/narrator Ron Howard, who revealed a look at the new Bluth family portrait with a recent tweet! Get a look at the reunited Bluth family of 'Arrested Development' season 4 inside!
Despite the announcements and teasers we caught from the January TCA press tour, it's been awhile since we've heard any new casting from 'Arrested Development's fourth season, or whatever we're calling the 14-episode Netflix revival these days. Thankfully, that drought has ended, as 'Inside the Actor's Studio' legend James Lipton has announced his official return as Warden Stefan Gentles! But what could bring the "New Warden" back into the picture, if not another of the Bluths in jail? New 'Arrested Development' season 4 details inside!
Today sees Netflix's release of its latest original series 'House of Cards,' but that hasn't stopped the pay-streaming network from teasing us further along the road to 'Arrested Development' season 4! As we await the reunion of our beloved Bluths, to take place over 14 episodes when the revival season premieres in May, the network has released a new photo featuring our biggest family reunion yet. Get a sneak peek of 'Arrested Development' season 4 inside!
While we eagerly await new footage and photos from Netflix's upcoming 'Arrested Development' season 4, it seems the company prematurely shot its wad on what was supposed to be a dry run, and now has something of a mess on its hands. Literally. After littering the website with false movie titles related to the 'Arrested Development' universe, Netflix has developed yet another site-wide prank promoting the show's May return. Are you ready to blue yourself? Find out the latest 'Arrested Development clue' inside!
Even though series star Jason Bateman told us at the Television Critics Association's press tour panel that the new episodes of 'Arrested Development' shouldn't be seen or referred to as "season 4" per say, there's no stopping our excitement for the all-new outing of the Bluth family, new episode format and all. To that end, Netflix has released a few new pictures from the outing highlighting the return of some of our favorite Bluths, as well as upcoming guest stars! Get a new look at 'Arrested Development' season 4 inside!