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    Toronto: Jason Bateman On His Old Partying Days and Why He Made His Directorial Debut 'Bad Words'

    Jason Bateman has come a long way from that punchy little kid watched in living rooms all over America in the 80s. His stock has risen and fallen more than once and he’s taking the opportunities afforded to him by recent successes to beef up his resume. Like so many Ron Howards before him, Bateman i...

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    With 'House of Cards' and 'Arrested Development' Up for Awards, Will This Be Netflix's Year to Shake Up the Emmys?

    The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards were announced this morning by "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul (who was nominated for best supporting actor in a drama) and host-with-the-most Neil Patrick Harris (who received a nod for the Tony Awards).

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    Will There Be Another Season of 'Arrested Development' on Netflix?

    In February, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings called the streaming service's 15-episode run of "Arrested Development" a "one-off" and "non-repeatable," with a spokesman later clarifying that the difficulties in scheduling the cast, whose limited availability shaped the unusual structure of the resurrected ...

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    New Season Of 'Arrested Development' In The Works At Netflix

    Of all the original programming Netflix has debuted this year -- "House Of Cards" (already slated for a second season), "Orange Is The New Black" (kicking off tomorrow and already renewed), "Hemlock Grove" (sorry, folks) -- "Arrested Development" seemed the least likely to immediately return. Gettin...

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    Listen: "Getaway" From 'Arrested Development,' Soundtrack For All 4 Seasons In The Works

    The fourth season of “Arrested Development” brought a number of alterations to the much-anticipated series: the fractured narrative, its single-character episodes, the ramped-up narration by Ron Howard. Even the show's music felt different -- its upbeat swing score higher in the mix and more noticea...

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    'Arrested Development' Fans: Fakeblock is Now Real, But the Fake Fakeblock is Better and Funnier

    Today, "Arrested Development" revealed its own, real Fakeblock app for Android and iOS, which, like many of the "Arrested Development" add-ons, gives users free bonus material by clicking a screen.

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    Gillian Anderson's Tense, Don't-Miss Netflix Series, 'The Fall' (Review)

    Early in her enthralling new series The Fall, Gillian Anderson -- as a detective named Stella Gibson -- indulges in what she calls a "sweet night," a concept she has borrowed from an African tribe. A woman asks a man to her bed for the night, knowing she'll kick him out for good in the morning. ...

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    Discuss: Better Or Worse? Fans Make Chronological Edit Of The New 'Arrested Development' Season

    Depending on your restraint and interest in the long-awaited return of "Arrested Development," you've likely either zipped through the entire fourth season in one weekend or perhaps only made it halfway into the new 15 episodes. Either way, one thing should be clear: the show is a schizophrenic, unr...

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    Mitch Hurwitz Talks Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, The Future Of 'Arrested Development' & More

    Since "Arrested Development" was canceled by 20th Century Fox in 2006 series creator Mitch Hurwitz has worked tirelessly to try and configure out a plausible way to continue the story of the beloved Bluth family. Seven years in the making, coming up with the correct formula was never going to be eas...

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    Fans Create Chronological Edits of New 'Arrested Development' Season

    Although it only hit Netflix a week ago, much has already been made about the surprisingly different approach the new season of "Arrested Development" took in capturing the current trials and tribulations of the Bluth family.

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