Bluth fans rejoice- it seems “Arrested Development” will continue to live on as part of the Netflix family, though there’s still much to be decided.
Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told press that there is “no question” that the quirky dysfunctional family will be back for more.
Attracting the hottest stars for their special occasion, Jimmy Kimmel and Molly McNearney tied the knot in Ojai, California on Saturday (July 14).
Guests included Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres with the former wearing a sleeveless patterned dress while the daytime host opted for a slim gray suit and white dress shirt.
Given that its original run only earned three seasons, it’s amazing that “Arrested Development” came out of retirement for a fourth installment earlier this year.
And now producer Brian Grazer has shared that Netflix is in negotiations for Season Five, though nothing has been decided yet.
It’s one of the most anticipated (streaming) television projects of the year, however the new season of “Arrested Development” has suffered from unfavorable critical feedback.
The mixed reviews actually translated to a 6% decrease of Netflix’s stock, though analysts insist it’s merely an overreaction that will correct itself.
Adding even more excitement to the Memorial Day Weekend festivities, Netflix will unveil fifteen new episodes of “Arrested Development” on Sunday (May 26).
In light of the hype, they’ve just released a few new preview clips of some of the quirky action that’s on its way to streaming glory.
After about a seven-year hiatus, a trailer for the new season of "Arrested Development" is sure to whet fans' appetites for more of the Bluth family.
Season four finds the funny family back in all their dysfunctional glory, as stars Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, David Cross, Jeffrey Tambor, Michael Cera, Will Arnett, and more all reprise their roles.
During promotions for the upcoming premiere of "Arrested Development," Portia de Rossi graced the cover of L.A. Confidential magazine's May/June 2013 issue.
After looking absolutely stunning in designer duds from Naeem Khan and EF Collection for the Brian Bowen Smith shot spread, the former "Ally McBeal" star opened up about reaching the age of 40 and her life with Ellen DeGeneres.
It’s an exciting time for the millions of fans whose hearts broke when “Arrested Development” was cancelled a few years back!
Last night (April 29) the beloved cast showed up at the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles for a swanky shindig to celebrate the arrival of Season 4.
She’s married to Ellen DeGeneres, one of the most prolific public figures in the world, and Portia de Rossi says they have enough going on without bringing kids into the picture.
The “Arrested Development” actress told Out magazine that though the decision not to have children was difficult, she’s convinced it was the right one to make.
It was arguably the best show of the 2000s, and “Arrested Development” will be resurrected from its premature death on May 26th.
The Netflix video streaming company has revived the Bluth Family, ordering a whopping fifteen installments of the smart and quirky comedy.