Get ready to blue yourself in 3…2…1….
Netflix — at long last — formally announced at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour in Pasadena on Wednesday that its revival of the beloved comedy Arrested Development will premiere in May. (Last week, a specific drop date of May 4 made rounds, but was promptly shot down by Netflix reps.)
Though Ad‘s Season 4 return* was originally pegged for 10 new episodes, Netflix also confirmed that the order has been boosted to 14.
In addition to the original ensemble from the Fox series returning in largely character-centric episodes, guest stars on tap for the relaunch include »
- Megan Masters
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