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!
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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!
'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?