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    Trailer Watch: The Bluths Are Back in 'Arrested Development' Season Four

    The trailer for the much-anticipated fourth season of "Arrested Development" has landed. The series, which was cancelled in 2006, was picked up again by original-content crusader Netflix and is set to air all-new episodes on May 26.

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    Watch: The Trailer for the New Netflix Season of 'Arrested Development' Salutes the Final Countdown

    Yes, it's the final countdown -- 15 fresh episodes of "Arrested Development" will go live simultaneously at 12:01am PT on May 26th. Netflix has released a trailer for the new "season," though some cast members have been reluctant to call the upcoming installment that.

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    10 Things We Learned About the New Netflix 'Season' of 'Arrested Development' From the Show's Stars

    Jason Bateman, Portia De Rossi, Jessica Walter, David Cross, Alia Shawkat and Michael Cera recently sat down with press in Los Angeles to reveal a few secrets about the rebirth of "Arrested Development." Here's our list of 10 things fans can look forward to, or should be aware of, in the new Netflix...

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    'Arrested Development' Cast Goes on Tour With Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand

    It's a good month for "Arrested Development" fans; not only will they get all 15 new episodes of the series on Netflix this May, but also the chance to see the Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand in person.

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    Navigating the Streaming Studio System, from Amazon and Netflix to Warner Archive Instant

    Viewers have more than their fair share of choices when it comes to online video content, as both Amazon and Warner Bros. have recently unveiled new streaming services to compete with on-the-rise Netflix.

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    Can Statistics Be Used to Compute a Hit Film Script?

    Online media streaming services like Netflix and Pandora have long been using algorithms to determine what customers are watching and listening to. Now, according to an article just published in The New York Times, Hollywood may start to employ such data analysis in script development.

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    Netflix Sets a Release Date for Its First Female-Led Original Series, 'Orange Is the New Black'

    Netflix has set a deliberately varied first year of original programming for itself. First there came the glossy Kevin Spacey political drama "House of Cards" in February, then the Eli Roth supernatural series "Hemlock Grove" in April. The resurrected favorite "Arrested Development" will be next to ...

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    'Doing bad for the greater good': Kevin Spacey, Beau Willimon and Co. Look Back at 'House of Cards' Season One

    Late last week at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, "House of Cards" showrunner Willimon and cast members Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and more gathered for for a panel discussion about the origins of the Netflix series.

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    Netflix's New Series 'Hemlock Grove' is a Ramshackle, Sometimes Interesting Mess of Supernatural Themes and Teen Angst

    Like "True Blood" and "American Horror Story: Asylum," Netflix's new original series "Hemlock Grove" takes place in a world into which a hodgepodge of supernatural elements have been dumped and hastily stirred. One of its protagonists, new kid in town Peter Rumancek (Landon Liboiron), is a werewolf....

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    'In a town full of monsters, what makes someone monstrous?' Visiting Netflix's 'Hemlock Grove'

    If "House of Cards" is Netflix's bid at a "Mad Men," the company's next original title, the upcoming "Hemlock Grove," is its attempt at the less overtly prestigious and more obviously popular type of show that's currently dominating cable TV -- the sexy, bloody genre series.

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