Production on Arrested Development‘s “comeback” season has hit the pause button, but for the best of reasons — to bring you even more Bluth goodness.
As reported by our sister site Deadline, during the course of shooting the original 10-episode order for Netflix, Ad creator Mitch Hurwitz amassed more material than planned, as he dreamed up new scenes and story arcs on the fly.
As such, Hurwitz — along with producing studios 20th Century Fox TV and Imagine TV — got Netflix to greenlight an additional two to five episodes, »
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