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'Arrested Development' premieres May 26 on Netflix

"Arrested Development" will be reborn on Netflix on May 26. The subscription service announced the premiere date Thursday, saying that all 15 episodes of the comedy series will be posted at the same time. The Mitchell Hurwitz sitcom starring Jason Bateman was canceled by Fox in 2006 after three seasons.


'Arrested Development': David Cross Says Netflix Return Will Be 'Historical' (Q&A)

David Cross

The actor tells THR why a follow-up movie is close to impossible and which guest stars "truly impressed" him. Though Arrested Development is setting the precedent for "television shows that were canceled too early and then revived on Netflix for a very short season," it seems to be pushing the bar quite high: last month, series creator Mitch Hurwitz announced that the cult comedy, premiering on the streaming service in May, would follow a new episodic format which, altogether, is “the first act of what we would like to complete in a movie."


Mitch Hurwitz's Arrested Development Update

It's always hard being the first panel of any comic convention, but WonderCon kicked off with a full room, as fans of Mitch Hurvitz's Emmy-winning show "Arrested Development" were given a chance to see a first taste of his new animated show "Sit Down, Shut Up," which will premiere on FOX at 8:30 PM on April 19. Before they went to questions from the audience, the moderator asked about the much-anticipated movie based on "Arrested Development" that has been discussed a lot both by Hurvitz and the cast of the show.


Arrested Development Movie Update

No one was surprised when Mitch Hurwitz, creator of Arrested Development, was asked about the status of Arrested Development movie at the Television Critics Association press tour yesterday, including Hurwitz himself – after all, he was sitting on stage with Jason Bateman and Will Arnett, the former Arrested stars who will be voice performers in Hurwitz's new animated series, Sit Down, Shut Up.


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