Fresh off his recent 'Community' season 5 cameo, we might have hoped 'Arrested Development' creator Mitch Hurwitz would at last dig his heels into a fifth season followup to the classic cult comedy's Netflix return, or at least a movie, but for now the streaming service is at least keeping Hurwitz close. Hurwitz has officially signed to develop new original series for Netflix, leaving the future of 'Arrested Development' unclear in the process.
We're not entirely sure when 'Arrested Development' creator Mitch Hurwitz will get back to the business of the Bluths, but the acclaimed showrunner has at least one new course load in the future: 'Community' season 5! Following showrunner Dan Harmon's lead, Hurwitz will guest in an episode of the coming NBC season, as will noted Adult Swim comedy duo Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.
Netflix's record subscriber numbers outflanking HBO has put the streaming corporation into headlines across the board of late, while inevitable talk has shifted toward future series and the potential for movie projects. 'Arrested Development' would seem to fit the bill as a candidate for the Netflix movie treatment, but what does series creator Mitch Hurwitz have to say of definitive plans for 'Arrested Development''s future?
Though speculation on 'Arrested Development''s future will never quite reach the same fever pitch as before Netflix's season 4 revival, it seems series creator Mitch Hurwitz has some surprising plans in store for our beloved Bluths. The creator has apparently committed to making a long-awaited feature film happen, before returning to the franchise for another round of TV 'Arrested Development!'
A few weeks ago we heard the comforting, if not unexpected news that 'Arrested Development' would likely return to Netflix for a fifth installment, and now series creator Mitch Hurwitz has stepped in to all-but-confirm. Hurwitz believes the next round of 'Arrested Development' will definitely happen, but what changes from the recent fourth season will be implemented?
Now that 'Arrested Development' season 4 has come and gone, with even the most casual of fans having gone through the episodes, opinions continue to divide on Netflix's successor to the family that won our hearts 10 years ago on Fox. Series creator Mitch Hurwitz recently spoke with reporters on the new season's strengths and weaknesses, but what format would future episodes, or even the movie take?
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!
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?