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‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 Staffing Writers, Possibly for Reduced Episode Order

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 24, 2015 @ 7:02 PM
Netflix
Arrested Development executive producer Brian Grazer seems to be the only one beating the drum on a fifth season these days, first promising a whopping 17 new episodes, then claiming production would begin in early 2016. We may yet have official development however, as Grazer says creator Mitch Hurwitz has begun staffing writers, which itself will determine the episode order of a fifth Netflix season.

‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 to Premiere Mid-2016, Says Brian Grazer

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 2, 2015 @ 2:55 PM
Netflix
These days, the only voice trumpeting Arrested Development Season 5’s Netflix future is that of executive producer Brian Grazer, last heard promising an impressive 17 episodes. Now, Grazer promises that the Bluths will band together as early as 2016, premiering Season 5 on Netflix sometime midyear.

‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 Officially Confirmed for 17 Episodes

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 7, 2015 @ 1:13 PM
Netflix
Apart from the flurry of Netflix’s recent orders, Arrested Development’s future hasn’t seen much concrete … well, development since the softly-received Season 4. And while the Bluths will always be a welcome return, the fifth season may actually have been confirmed for a whopping 17 episodes.

'Sons of Anarchy' Creator Kurt Sutter Eyes Medieval FX Followup 'The Bastard Executioner'

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 12, 2013 @ 5:50 PM
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'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter recently told reporters he'd want a few years after the FX biker drama's end before any potential prequel miniseries, and it seems we know what he'll be doing in the meantime. FX has given a pilot order to Sutter's new medieval drama 'The Bastard Executioner,' along with executive producer Brian Grazer.

'Friday Night Lights' Movie Kickstarter in the Works?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 16, 2013 @ 5:13 PM
NBC
Though no Hollywood Kickstarter effort has been all that well-received since 'Veronica Mars' controversially utilized the service to launch its long-awaited film, it seems the 'Friday Night Lights' movie may finally happen thanks to the crowd-sourcing website. Producer Brian Grazer insists the movie adaptation of Peter Berg's NBC/DirecTV series -- itself adapted from the original movie adaptation of the same name -- remains in development, with crowd-sourcing as its likely next step.