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    Her? Mae Whitman Confirms She's Returning As Ann/Egg In 'Arrested Development' Season 4

    While we have our hopes high and fingers crossed that the upcoming fourth season of "Arrested Development" can match the amazing genius of the first three seasons before it was canceled by Fox, it seems Mitch Hurwitz and co. are making sure they have all the comedic ingredients at their di...

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    Christian Slater Joins Lars Von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac,' Caleb Landry Jones To Lead John Boorman's 'Hope & Glory' Sequel

    Having given late '80s/early '90s idol-turned-TV-hero Kiefer Sutherland a plum role in his last film, "Melancholia," ever-provocative Danish auteur Lars von Trier is looking to pull the same trick again, as Variety reports that Christian Slater is the latest unlikely addition to the director's next ...

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    'Arrested Development' and How the Rise of Binge Watching Is Changing TV

    "Arrested Development" is seeing a spike in viewers alongside a flurry of twitpics and social media updates for a program that returns next spring after seven years off the air thanks to Netflix's continuing experiment with original programming. But what has binge viewing done to us as consumers?

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    Mitch Hurwitz Says 'Arrested Development' Episodes Will Be "Act One" Of The Movie

    The return of "Arrested Development" is a real thing that's actually happening and sounding awesomer than ever, adding John Slattery, with a possible 13 episodes instead of the originally announced 10, all set to drop at the same time next spring on Netflix. Or are they? There are stil...

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    New Season Of 'Arrested Development' Will Drop Spring 2013

    It's time for your semi-regular, minor update on the highly anticipated new season of "Arrested Development" that is now shooting. In the past week or so we've learned that the Silver Fox himself, "Mad Men" star John Slattery, has joined the cast in an unknown role and more awesomely, that the previ...

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    David Cross Says New 'Arrested Development' Season Has Been Extended From 10 To 13 Episodes

    We live in a world where a great deal of evil takes place every day. But it's hard to get too upset about humanity when, six years after the show was cancelled, a new season of "Arrested Development" is in production. Like, as we speak. It's been a long path to the revival of the cult favorite comed...

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    John Slattery Is In 'Arrested Development'; Bob Balaban Joins 'Girls' & Natasha Lyonne Grows 'Weeds'

    Some small screen additions to one show that's making a comeback, another show riding high off a massive successful first season and one program headed into its last season... read on....

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    New 'Arrested Development' Episodes Begin Shooting In 4 Weeks

    Too good to be true? Nope, it's happening. The long-awaited return of the cult sitcom "Arrested Development" is right around the corner. Or at least, production is about to start, and no, this isn't a pipe dream or wishful thinking. "Taken at AD mission control, today! Al...

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    Watch Amy Poehler Answer Tumblr Questions On Sex, Music, Comedy

    When I interviewed Amy Poehler last week at the 92nd St. Y, she answered a few questions submitted  through Tumblr. And even if you’ve never wondered about what song she likes to make out to, or another secret about her husband, Will Arnett (famed for Arrested Development and now Up ...

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    Tony Hale Talks Being a Body Man in 'Veep' and the Return of Buster Bluth

    The Washington staffers in "Veep," the first American TV series from "In the Loop"'s Armando Iannucci, are a caustic, backstabbing lot, forever scheming to advance themselves or at least hold off the underlings gunning for their jobs. All of them, that is, except for Gary, the starstruck aide played...

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