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The Bluths will be back in May. Netflix will drop all 14 episodes at once. Each episode will run around half an hour. Save a sick day for that month. The cast (sans David Cross and Tony Hale) of Arrested Development and creator-executive producer Mitch Hurwitz greeted a room of very eager reporters Wednesday to talk about — but not spoil — the new season. They reiterated that they’re hoping it’s a seven-hour first act to the Arrested movie Hurwitz would eventually like to do. (But don’t fret. “There is certainly a satisfying conclusion to these episodes if for some unfortunate reason the movie does not happen,” said Jason Bateman.) Was Hurwitz at all nervous about re-launching the show and risking tarnishing its legacy? “I could vomit right this moment. I could literally vomit on cue… so yes,” he said. Reporters got a sneak peek at a deleted scene – »


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