It could be a while yet before we learn if 'Arrested Development' will continue on into a fifth season, or potentially even the long-awaited movie, but fans of the legendarily irreverent series needn't wait that long for the next been continuation of the franchise. Now, composer David Schwartz has announced that 'Arrested Development's many songs and original compositions will soon be available on a series-wide soundtrack!
Well, this is a pleasant surprise! The first trailer for Netflix's upcoming original series 'Orange is the New Black' deftly won us over, and already the streaming service has shown a major vote of confidence with a second season order. The new series from 'Weeds' creator Jenji Kohan won't premiere until July 11, but what can we expect to see from the second season?
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Netflix's Eli Roth-produced original horror series 'Hemlock Grove' may not have debuted to the critical fanfare of its predecessor 'House of Cards,' and certainly not the anticipation of its successor 'Arrested Development' season 4, but the streaming service has officially decided to scare up a second season of the supernatural horror thriller for 2014.
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?
There's 'Arrested Development,' and there's just plain arrested. Next up on Netflix's roster of original releases is that of 'Weeds' creator Jenji Kohan's 'Orange is the New Black,' and its July 11 release date has finally allowed for a trailer release. Will the streaming service's first original dramedy achieve the reverence of 'House of Cards' or wind up more 'Hemlock Grove'-y?
The hype from 'Arrested Development' season 4 seems to have largely died down, whether by problems inherent to Netflix's all-at-once model or the mediocre reception of the new episodes, but series creator Mitch Hurwitz still has plenty to say on the revived series' past, present and future. For instance, did you know a gag cut from the season could have starred Hollywood A-lister George Clooney?
And lo, the fourth season of 'Arrested Development' debuted on Netflix this past Sunday to worldwide fanfare, though by Tuesday the excitement had faded. The experimental 15-episode season greatly polarized fans and critics alike, but now that Netflix has attained the "huge" numbers it sought, is 'Arrested Development' guaranteed a fifth season, or even a movie?
With 'Arrested Development' season 4 due to arrive this weekend, earlier today we caught a new round of photos that continually prime us for the Bluths' big Netflix return. Now, the streaming service has done us one better with four brand-new clips from 'Arrested Development's' 15 original episodes!