The rumors are true – the Bluths are officially back on Netflix this May, and we have the trailer to prove it. Arrested Development Season 5 runs for office with a first look at the new season and a full campaign website for Lindsay’s candidacy.
The Arrested Development Season 5 premiere may get a few hop-ons. That’s the word literally driving around town, as a new Netflix promotion reveals the Bluths’ fifth season will be driving up to your Netflix account before May is out.
Pick up a copy of Balboa Bay Window and ready your outfits for Motherboy; Buster and Lucille are back at it. Arrested Development gets one step closer to Season 5, as two of our favorite Bluths step even closer in a new photo from the Netflix set.
It’s time to pull the Bluth family out of storage. Yes, Arrested Development Season 5 is gearing up at last, as star Jason Bateman shares the first photo of a familiar family apartment, promising an August start to production.
Well, I don’t know what you expected, but it looks like Arrested Development Season 5 is finally gearing up. For real, this time! Star Jason Bateman has signed the dotted line, and the banana stand could open as early as this summer.
About the only pop culture gag repeated as often as Trump’s Zapp Brannigan quotes would be Arrested Development narrator Ron Howard fact-checking the candidate. Now, we’ve finally gotten our wish, as the world’s worst election finally gets the Trump-rested Development it deserves.
Just a scant four years after Arrested Development reunited (after a less scant seven), the Bluths may finally be getting back together for real. Hearsay be gone, as Jeffrey Tambor seems to think he’ll be going back to work as the Arrested Development family patriarch as early as January.
It’s always possible that Arrested Development Season 5 finally gets its s— together in the next year, but in the meantime, creator Mitch Hurwitz wants to re-release Season 4 entirely. Hurwitz confirms that a network-style 22-episode, 22-minute re-edit of the fragmented Season 4 sits on the shelf, with “totally different storytelling.”
It’s that time of year, when Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz stokes the fires of a fifth season on Netflix, but Season 4 may yet bring bigger news. The former Bluth manager reveals that Season 4 has been entirely re-worked into 22 episodes, reshoots and all, hoping to find somewhere to air.