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    Netflix Sets a Premiere Date for 'Arrested Development' and Expands the Season to 15 Episodes

    Netflix has finally announced a premiere date for the return of "Arrested Development." The Bluths will return on Sunday, May 26 at 12:01am PT, with the full fourth season of series creator/executive producer Mitchell Hurwitz's comedy premiering all at once.

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    Jason Bateman Says 'Arrested Development' Was “Misbranded”; David Cross Has Doubts About Movie

    It's almost hard to believe that the return of “Arrested Development,” while only a month away from its May Netflix premiere, is really happening -- perhaps partly because the event's been so anticipated, and partly because so little has been revealed on its contents. Drips of info have been leaked ...

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    David Cross Talks 'Mr. Show,' Alt Comedy and the Longest Set-up for a Joke With Michael Cera at 92Y

    "I've got to ask the obvious question," Michael Cera said to David Cross last night to kick off their 92Y conversation. "What's up with the 'Arrested Development' movie?"

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    Mitch Hurwitz Says 'Arrested Development' Has No Movie Deal Yet & Will Arnett Says Enjoy What's Coming For Now

    Before news of a fourth season of “Arrested Development” came out, there was the fervent anticipation of an ensemble film. Now that the new season is almost upon us, the film still remains the more talked-about prize. Creator Mitch Hurwitz, Jeffrey Tambor and Will Arnett came to SXSW over the weeken...

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    Mitchell Hurwitz Wants an 'Arrested Development' Movie to Happen, But Says 'We Have Nothing Else Right Now'

    "There's a reason this kind of thing doesn't happen more often," "Arrested Development" creator Mitchell Hurwitz said of his resurrected comedy series today. "Shows don't reunite because television doesn't work that way. There's no profit model and people go off to do other work."

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    Don’t Worry: Netflix "Definitely Planning To Do More” Seasons Of ‘Arrested Development’

    In every discussion surrounding the long-awaited fourth season of “Arrested Development,” there’s been the presumption of longevity; that everything Mitch Hurtwitz is planning will blend into a master timeline of Bluth family chronicles. At least, that was the case until Netflix CE...

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    Ben Stiller's Tony Wonder Is Returning To 'Arrested Development'

    It looks like you're not going to be able to watch any episode of the new season of "Arrested Development" without crashing into a guest star. With Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Isla Fisher, Terry Crews, Conan O'Brien and John Slattery among those we know for sure are popping by, and s...

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    We're Probably Only Getting One New Season of 'Arrested Development' on Netflix

    You win some, you lose some. You learn your beloved cult favorite show has been resurrected seven years after it was canceled by Fox, then you find out it's only getting one season before drifting away again.

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    Come On! ‘Arrested Development’ Will Have Just One Season On Netflix

    Netflix giveth, and Netflix taketh away. While the long awaited return of "Arrested Development" arrives in just a couple of months, it looks like you might want to parcel out that binge watch you had planned. Because that season will be the only one you're getting.

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    Seth Rogen & Kristen Wiig Will Guest On 'Arrested Development' Season 4

    The date may have drifted out of awareness, or alternately been plaguing every thought since its announcement, but the return of “Arrested Development” nonetheless lies only a few short months away in May. That means more hints as to what we can expect from Mitch Hurwitz and co. for seas...

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