So get ready, "AD" fans! The Bluths are coming back! Now the story of a show that lost everything and the one streaming service
“What I came to realize is that some perfect version of 'Arrested Development' as it exists for me and the actors and the
The Huffington Post has an exclusive look (above) at a behind-the-scenes "Arrested Development" featurette with commentary
We've got an exclusive look at an "Arrested Development" featurette including some funny behind-the-scenes commentary on George Michael Bluth -- and Michael Cera, the actor who plays him -- from creator Mitch Hurwitz.
Now that America has had time to absorb the new season of "Arrested Development" (and catch up on some sleep), series creator
Two weeks after he locked the final cut of Netflix's "Arrested Development" revival, show creator Mitch Hurwitz is catching
Jonah Hill In 'Arrested Development' Movie? Mitch Hurwitz Reveals He Could Have Played George Michael In Elaborate Hoax
Alas. As for Cera, it might be hard to remember now, but the actor went all-in on his heel role for "Arrested Development
There is a lot to like about Zombie "Arrested Development." Each cast member is still at the top of their respective game (or better, as in the cases of Alia Shawkat, Will Arnett and Season 4 MVP Michael Cera); the jokes, when they land, are funnier than they have any right to be; the world-building is impressively Simpsonian. Everything presented in this resurrected version of "Arrested Development" points to a show that still very clearly has gas left in the tank. Further adventures of the Bluth family -- whether on Netflix or the big screen -- are more than welcome. Which doesn't make Season 4 any less disappointing.
The Internet has unquestionably reformed how we consume. If only we approached everything with the same curiosity and attention that we give to Arrested Development, that would be a world full of openness, positivity, growth, and education.
Posted on the official "Arrested Development" Facebook page, the hand-written letter thanks fans -- and haters -- for their
Originally, the new episodes of "Arrested Development" were conceived as something of a "Choose Your Own Adventure" series
"I have to turn that off. And it’s hard to turn it off. I had to turn it off after the pilot. When the pilot was well-reviewed
"The family has kind of fallen apart," Arnett (Gob Bluth) told Us Magazine of the characters on "Arrested Development", noting
"'Arrested' is a unique property. We don’t anticipate being able to do Season 5, 6 and 7," Hastings said on the call (via
Click over to USA Today for more from Hurwitz and follow HuffPost TV's live-blog of an "Arrested Development" panel at the
PR makes the world go round, but unfortunately it's a profession that can attract the, how shall we say, those who can be
"Arrested Development" production has been halted, according to Deadline.com. But there's a good reason behind it: to increase
Despite those familiar faces, there's still plenty of room for fresh blood, and "Mad Men's" John Slattery will be joining
Executive producer and narrator Ron Howard has been tweeting updates from the set. Howard, who will also appear on camera