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Considering Season 4 of Arrested Development brought Netflix an entirely different narrative and structure than earlier seasons, it was truly hard to predict what creator Mitch Hurwitz would conceive for Season 5. Now we know.
One of the most famous premature cancellations in TV history was Arrested Development, booted by Fox after three hilarious seasons and then brought back for a fourth on Netflix years later. Now, there's some very good news about a fifth.
While every network is guilty of slamming an ax down on shows before a cancelation is warranted, Fox has been the series-ending posterchild for decades now. Here are 12 series that Fox should constantly hide its head in shame for canceling. Sorry if this puts you guys in a bad mood all over again.
More so than the earlier seasons of Arrested Development, the fourth installment seemed to polarize the show’s fanbase, and star Jason Bateman has a pretty good idea of why it wasn't more accepted by fans.
A lot of Arrested Development's laughs come from esteemed actor Jeffrey Tambor, who played the expertly shady patriarch George Bluth, and show creator Mitch Hurwitz puts one of Tambor’s ad-libs in the pilot episode as the best of the show’s run. Chicken dance time!
It’s not going to take the help of any one-armed men to get Arrested Development back on the air, as we’re apparently getting a lot more of it, and it’s coming even sooner than we thought. Get your heaping pots of Hot Ham Water ready to go.
We’ve known for a while that Netflix is excited about producing another set of Arrested Development episodes to air on the streaming service. This week, Arrested Development producer Brian Grazer spoke out to say that more episodes of the cult series are in the cards.
TV comedies have been full of amazing couples over the years that we’d love to have spent more time with, but then there are those that we can only assume are absolute horrors to live with. Here are ten couples that each personify in different ways all of the things that we would abhor in a dual-roommate system.
Sometimes the things one really wants for Christmas just don’t exist, especially when one is a giant TV fanatic whose mental boundary between real and fictional worlds is thinner than Captain Picard’s hairline. So here are 10 fictitious items that I'd love to see under my tree on Christmas morning.
Here at Cinema Blend, we hope you’re having the best Thanksgiving of your life, because the holidays are about spending time with those you love. (Among other gravy-covered things.) But we’re not so naïve to think that happiness is the only emotion happening any time a big group of family members gets together. At least you don't have to spend the holidays with these people.
Anyone who has ever seen an episode of Arrested Development knows that it is about a selfish and totally messed up family who loses their fortune and gets into wacky shenanigans while coming to terms with their new monetary status. However, recently creator Mitch Hurwitz announced that originally Arrested Development was based around two clear premises that never made it into the show.
Fans of the cult series and physical media have been waiting well over a year for a DVD version of the Netflix-produced Season 4, and while there's still no guaranteed release date set, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment and show creator Mitch Hurwitz are asking for everyone’s help in designing the Season 4 DVD set. It’s Art Tested for Relevance. Cue the ukulele.
Arrested Development will likely be back for Season 5 on Netflix. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos is quoted as expressing certainty that the beloved TV comedy will be back, it's just a matter of when.
"Now the story of a wealthy girl who lost everything, and the one family who had no choice but to help her keep it together. It's Orange is the New Black. Ok, Netflix, that's a pretty genius way to remind us that Orange is the New Black returns this Friday. The only problem is, now I'm torn between watching Arrested Development or bing-watching at least the last few episodes of Orange is the New Black in preparation of Season 2.
He and his banner The Hurwitz Company will officially be creating and producing new comedies for Netflix for at least the next two years. It won’t only be inside jobs though, as Hurwitz will be looking to develop series with other creators in a non-writing capacity, though he would still be an executive producer and consultant.