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"There's a reason this kind of thing doesn't happen more often," "Arrested Development" creator Mitchell Hurwitz said of his resurrected comedy series today. "Shows don't reunite because television doesn't work that way. There's no profit model and people go off to do other work." Hurwitz, along with "Arrested Development" stars Will Arnett (who plays Gob) and Jeffrey Tambor (who plays George Sr.), came to SXSW to speak to the press about the show, the new season of which will premiere on Netflix in its 14-episode entirety in May, at Samsung's Lounge. The comedy, which originally aired on Fox from 2003-2006, will unite the cast and fill in what the characters have been up to over the years, leading up to what Hurwitz has always said was the planned next step, a movie. But even setting up the new season of the series was difficult, Hurwitz said, as eager as they »

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