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.
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.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings told investors that the deal to carry new episodes of Arrested Development “is really a fantastic one-off” that won’t be repeated. That means if the comedy continues, it will have to find a new home.
Production on the fourth season of Arrested Development has paused to allow co-creator Mitch Hurwitz & Co. to write additional episodes of the cult comedy. The new season is still expected to debut on Netflix in the spring.
Arrested Development star David Cross reveals that the long-awaited fourth season has expanded from 10 episodes to 13 and will require repeated watching on Netflix.
Although some thought it would never happen, production officially begins today on Netflix’s revival of Arrested Development, with all 10 episodes expected to debut simultaneously next year.
Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz told a audience at the National Association of Broadcasters convention that the long-awaited return of the beloved comedy on will pick up where the series left off in 2006, with all 10 episodes premiering the same day on Netflix.
Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz is teaming with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer at Imagine Entertainment to develop a remake of the 2006 Lars von Trier-directed comedy The Boss of it All.