Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz, has confirmed the plan is for the cult comedy to make the jump to the silver screen before returning to Nefflix for a fifth season. He also wants more of Mad Men actor John Slattery’s Dr. Norman.
Although an Arrested Development film has yet to receive a green light, series creator Mitch Hurwitz revealed he has already begun work on the long-discussed project.
Talks have begun between Netflix and Imagine Entertainment for a fifth season of Arrested Development, with a representative of the streaming service saying the company is interested in more episodes if they’re “logistically possible.”
With Sunday’s return of Arrested Development, Netflix managed an impressive feat, creating destination viewing on a shoe-string budget. But the test will be whether the streaming service can do the same thing again.
Although the eagerly anticipated fourth season of Arrested Development on Netflix doesn’t fully recapture the magic of the first three, it does contain plenty of laughs — and quite a few Easter eggs.
The trailer for the fourth season of Arrested Development has arrived. All 15 episodes will debut May 26 on Netflix.
With the increasing popularity of dramas like Game of Thrones, Mad Men and The Walking Dead, self-contained episodes are becoming a thing of the past as networks, and viewers, embrace sprawling multi-season plots.
Netflix has rolled out some very funny new character posters for Arrested Development that feature the Bluths giving their own twists on what makes the streaming service great.
Netflix has officially announced the highly anticipated fourth season of Arrested Development will arrive May 26 on the streaming service, reuniting the entire Bluth clan.
While promoting his new movie This Is The End at WonderCon Anaheim, Seth Rogen revealed a telling detail about his Arrested Development role: he shot his scene with Kristen Wiig.