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Jason Bateman has revealed that Arrested Development's new season will see his character Michael Bluth at a low point in his life. Netflix has announced that it will premiere 14 new episodes in May, with each installment being told from the perspective of a different Bluth family member.

(Pictured above: Ron Howard, Jason Bateman and Mitch Hurwitz) Bateman recently spoke with MTV News and teased that the new season will see Michael dealing with the consequences of abandoning his family in the 2006 finale. "Michael has been a little banged up over the last six years and he's lost a little dignity and he's trying to get his life back together," he hinted. "It's pretty good, he's a little bit more pathetic than the first go-round. Still wearing the same pants though." (more) »


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