Uh-oh, is the 'Arrested Development' reunion in trouble? All year long we've been dying for new details of the highly-awaited 2013 Netflix revival, but should 'Arrested Developement' fans have reason to worry? We've seen a few set pics before, nothing that truly gave anything away about the upcoming season, but some recent spy pics, while hilarious, could have some fairly startling implications. Check these 'Arrested Development' spoilers, if you dare!
It feels as if we've been living in a dream world these past few months, ever since news broke that 'Arrested Development' would finally, and truly reunite for a new 10-episode courtesy of Netflix. And in the interim, we've been privy to everything from set photos to casting announcements new and old, even a chance to cameo in the new season as a walk-on. But in all that time, we've yet to see the whole Bluth family together again, so who's ready for the first look?
You're gonna get some walk-ons. No, seriously! 'Arrested Development' season 4 has decided to give back to the fans that made its Netflix reunion possible, holding a contest to bring in six lucky viewers on to the series for walk-on roles. But if you want a chance to go one-on-one with the cast of 'Arrested Development,' you're going to have to earn it. Find out the rules of the game here, and you might see yourself among the Bluths when the new season begins in 2013!
As overjoyed as we are to be getting a Netflix reunion of 'Arrested Development,' it really burns our banana stands to think that we'll have to wait all the way until spring 2013, even if the network does release them all at once. Thankfully, NBC seems to have beaten them to the punch, reuniting Tony Hale with his former 'Arrested Development' co-star Will Arnett on 'Up All Night'! But will Hale share any scenes with his former hermano?
It's been at least a few weeks since we've had any real 'Arrested Development' scoops to report (seriously, this close to writing about the stair car), but thankfully 'Workaholics' star Adam DeVine is happy to do it for us! One of the earliest things we learned about the upcoming Netflix revival of everyone's favorite cancelled FOX series was that all three stars of Comedy Central's cult comedy 'Workaholics' would make an appearance, but what does their interaction with Michael Bluth reveal about the reunion?
Until we start seeing new footage from the fourth season of 'Arrested Development,' we're going to star treating every casting announcement with holy reverence, right down to the re-appearance of the infamous Bluth family stair-car. So amidst the myriad of former 'Arrested Development' guest stars announced to be returning for the Netflix revival, which is stirring rumors of the long-awaited movie?
Them? For the last few weeks we've been hearing all about how 'Arrested Development' season 4 was bringing back fan favorite characters like Barry Zuckerkorn and Lucille 2 (seriously, we were this close to writing about bringing back the stair car), but what of the new faces? Apart from the 'Workaholics' crew and 'Mad Men's John Slattery, what do pint-size beauty Isla Fisher and chiseled man-mountain Terry Crews have to offer 'Arrested Development' season 4?
In the years since her forgettable turn on 'Arrested Development,' it's been hard not to have fallen for
Plant Ann Mae Whitman a bit, given her genre friendly turns as the voice of Katara in 'Avatar: The Last Airbender,' or her role opposite 'Arrested' co-star Michael Cera of 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.' Still, with 'Arrested Development' season 4 on its way from Netflix in the spring of 2013, will the writers plant Ann in the new run of episodes, now that she and George Michael are all grown up?
For a new season of 'Arrested Development' that supposedly features a format of highlighting just one of the Bluth family per episode, they sure do seem to be casting a great deal of the classic supporting characters, not that we're complaining! Hollywood icon Liza Minnelli is the latest 'Arrested Development' star to pick up her role for Netflix's upcoming revival, but where has "Lucille Two" been all this time?
Without taking for granted that we've gotten back 'Arrested Development' at all, lately we can't help but wonder when we'd get confirmation on recent rumors that suggested season 4's initial 10-episode order had expanded to 13, and what it might mean for a potential movie. We're also a bit concerned about the news that most episodes wouldn't feature the full cast of characters, but what does series creator Mitch Hurwitz have to say on the matter?