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!
'Arrested Development' fans around the globe continue to anticipate the upcoming 15-episode reunion season, now set to debut on May 26. Beyond the so-called fourth season, we've heard series creator Mitch Hurwitz and star Jason Bateman describe the new episodes as a build-up to the long-proposed movie, but how long would it take for the movie to get off the ground? New word from Jason Bateman suggests we might have to wait awhile...
A few weeks ago brought the joyous news that 'Arrested Development' season 4 had finally set its Netflix premiere date on May 26, along with a fresh new poster keeping the stars of the series in storage for the moment. Now, 'Arrested Development' has released nearly a dozen new character posters for the reunion run, getting closer to the Bluth family themselves with some very familiar props!
The 'Arrested Development' season 4 front has been curiously quiet of late, but at long last the Bluths have finally set their return! Netflix officially announced today that 'Arrested Development's' revival season of all-new episodes will hit the streaming website on May 26, toting an additional episode that brings the reunion to 15 episodes total. Find out how you can blue yourself waiting for new 'Arrested Development inside!
For as eager as fans of 'Arrested Development' are to see the 14 original episodes debuting in their entirety on Netflix this May, perhaps more coveted is news of the revived FOX series' fate beyond the reunion season. We've heard a bit of speculation on either side toward additional Netflix episodes or a potential movie, but what does series creator Mitch Hurwitz have to say, a month prior to the Netflix release? Is there, or isn't there more 'Arrested Development' in our future?
At this point, it might be easier to list off the 'Arrested Development' characters who won't be returning for Netflix's upcoming revival season, but some reveals are too good not to share. Fan-favorite Lucille-squealing private "detective" Gene Parmesan will indeed return within the 14 new episodes as played by actor Martin Mull. Find out how Gene Parmesan will return to surprise Lucille in 'Arrested Development' season 4 inside!
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!