It’s been no secret that Arrested Development season 5 and a movie are in the works, but today Hurwitz adds that the latter is being written as we type.
At a comedy event in Montreal last night, Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz said new stories are “definitely” coming – but they may be in the form of a movie or special.
Netflix is currently in negotiations for a second new season of Arrested Development, producer Brian Grazer confirmed to Bloomberg today.
If you watched Arrested Development season 4, you’ll know that George Michael introduced a new software product that’s taken the world by storm.
The Fakeblock app is now yours to own.
The dust appears to have finally settled on season 4 of Arrested Development following its Memorial Day release (at 12:01 O.C. time, naturally). The Anns have been hogged, the Queen Mary’s sunk and the chicken dances have been danced (though not really in season 4).
Arrested Development season 5, should it get the green light from Netflix, will make use of the ostriches that appeared in season 4.
Arrested Development season 4 leader Mitch Hurwitz is responding to the critcism left by fans and journalists following the May 26 release of all 15 episodes.
Netflix – who resurrected Arrested Development with season 4 this past Sunday – says they’re open to the idea of season 5.
Arrested Development season 4 on Netflix has only been available for less than 12 hours at the time of this writing, but already fans are talking feverishly about the new episodes.
As we make our way through Arreseted Development season 4 on Netflix, we thought we’d share each episode’s spoiler-free synopsis.
Arrested Development season 4 is now on Netflix, exactly 2,661 days since the season 3 finale aired on Fox!
Arrested Development season 4′s creator and cast want to assure you the new episodes won’t be a huge mistake.
After seven Bluth-less years the wait is finally over, and Hypable is here to help you celebrate Arrested Development’s season 4 with a sugar rush. Trust us: this party is gonna be off the hook.
After a seven year wait, Arrested Development arrives with 15 new episodes this weekend. In celebration, Hypable spoke with the cast of season 4 to talk about what challenges viewers will face.