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"Arrested Development" is finally back in our lives after seven years off the air.
And in that time, the dysfunctional Bluth family missed out some pretty significant moments, from Barack Obama getting elected to a bevy of social media platforms launching, beloved TV shows signing on and off to serious solar system developments. Plus, there have been plenty of reality stars in between, ripe for the mocking.
Below, HuffPost TV rounded up 28 events that mattered between "Arrested Development's" original run, which ended on February 10, 2006, and the show's revival on Netflix, which kicked off May 26, 2013.
We elected our first black president.
We met Don Draper and Walter White (and started watching AMC)
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Netflix introduced Watch Instantly.
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- Jaimie Etkin
Finally! The ‘Unapologetic’ star began her massive ‘Diamonds’ world tour on Mar. 8 and proved that it was all worth the wait. Looking totally sexy, RiRi set the stage on fire. Chris Brown is Definitely going to be missing his girl!
Rihanna’s 27-city world tour began on Mar. 8, and she reminded everyone why she’s considered one of the sexiest performers in the world. We better try to get tickets while we can!
The self-proclaimed “bad girl” made Buffalo, New York the place to be when she took the stage at the First Niagara Center.
Rihanna’s Amazing First ‘Diamonds’ Concert
The show was spectacle to the max, as Rihanna debuted multiple sexy costume changes. She busted out a dazzling leather bustier outfit, a black blouse with thigh-high boots, a gorgeous red dress that exposed her mid-section, and a see-through long black top with futuristic white heeled boots. But the »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
Thank goodness! After Justin collapsed on stage on March 7 during his concert, he returned to the stage at the 02 Arena in London on March 8!
During a pretty physical performance in London on March 7, Justin Bieber began having “breathing problems” and fainted on the stage. He immediately saw a medic backstage, but against doctor’s recommendations he finished the show. After the show was over, he rushed to the hospital and was released a few hours later.
Justin already seemed to be doing better later that night when he tweeted, “Getting better. thanks for everyone pulling me thru tonight. best fans in the world. figuring out what happened. thanks for the love.”
The next morning, he assured his fans he’d return to the stage by writing, “Night 4. O2. London. #BELIEVEtour”
Thankfully, Justin was feeling better and returned to the stage to give his adoring fans a great performance on March »
- HL Intern
Valerie Harper, 73, shocked everyone when she revealed on March 6 that she had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. The iconic TV actress continues to be open about her diagnosis and will appear on The Doctors on March 11 to further discuss her cancer.
Valerie will sit down with the show’s doctors Travis Stork, Lisa Masterson, and Andrew Ordon, along with her own team of doctors to examine her diagnosis of brain cancer. Valerie’s story will fill the entire hour of the talk show and will feature surprise appearances by former co-stars Ed Asner and Cloris Leachman.
Valerie Harper Reveals She Has Terminal Brain Cancer
On March 6, The Mary Tyler Moore star bravely announced that she has been diagnosed with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, a rare kind of cancer where cancer cells »
- HL Intern
MTV is developing a project from the comic team of Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov. The show, a female buddy comedy set in high school, continues the duo’s relationship with MTV where they wrote for the animated series Good Vibes. The writing team, who got their break after being discovered by Adam Sandler at the Aspen Comedy Festival, previously sold scripts to Lifetime and Oxygen, and headlined a pilot produced for the WB in 2004. Goodman & Wolov are repped by ICM and Caliber Media. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
5 items from 2013
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