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So get ready, "AD" fans! The Bluths are coming back! Now the story of a show that lost everything and the one streaming service
"It's still speculative," Sarandos said. The three Netflix series that are confirmed for new seasons are political thriller
Even though the comparisons between Netflix and HBO will continue, Netflix has a long way to go until it's on par with the
"Arrested Development" originally aired on Fox for three seasons before it was canceled. Netflix released all 15 episodes
Great news, "Arrested Development" fans: the show's producers are in talks to develop another season with Netflix.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings had previously said he'd be interesting in doing more episodes of the cult hit. The show's creator
Cullen based his prediction in part on Procera's analysis of traffic levels after the debut of "House of Cards." He found
Fans only have to wait until May 26 to start binge-watching Season 4 of "Arrested Development." All 15 episodes become available
Netflix has announced that 15 all-new "Arrested Development" episodes -- which is one more than was previously reported -- will
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Netflix's miraculous resurrection of "Arrested Development" makes it one of the most eagerly anticipated projects of 2013
Meanwhile, narrator and executive producer Ron Howard has nothing but praise for the "Arrested Development's" fourth season
Lights, camera ... Bluths! On Tuesday, during a set visit at "Up All Night," Will Arnett revealed that the upcoming season
Well, mission accomplished, "Arrested" fans, because the Bluths will be back soon, and when they do come back, it'll be all
Well, there's more to Reed Hastings than that. It's as Ann as the nose on Plain's face. He co-founded Netflix, after all
If you've been feeling coldly toward Netflix recently, this might warm you up: The media-streaming giant has signed an exclusive