Arrested Development fans are no doubt counting down the days to the season 4 premiere on Netflix in May. It’s hard not to get excited when there’s season 4 news pretty much every other day, including a multitude of announcements pertaining to returning guest stars (e.g., Ben Stiller as Tony Wonder) and the casting of Kristen Wiig as a young Lucille Bluth.
Alas, it’s not all good news these days. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings recently told investors that the company “[didn't] anticipate being able to do seasons five, six, seven” of Ad due to the difficulty in getting the very popular cast together for an extended period of time. But wait a second! According to an altogether different Netflix source, the company Is hoping to produce more seasons ...
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