Level-headed son Michael Bluth takes over family affairs after his father is imprisoned. But the rest of his spoiled, dysfunctional family are making his job unbearable.
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Season 5 of Arrested Development will be split in half, with 8 episodes debuting on May 29th on Netflix and the rest coming later.
The Bluth Family is back in a new trailer for Arrested Development season 5 that confirms the show's May premiere date on Netflix.
Solo: A Star Wars Story director Ron Howard narrates a Star Wars and Arrested Development mashup video recapping the events from A New Hope.
Netflix will debut a re-cut edition of Arrested Development season 4 that at last puts the fragmented story in chronological order.
Barry Zuckercorn actor Henry Winkler reveals that Arrested Development season 5 will premiere on Netflix sometime in summer 2018.
Iconic filmmaker and narrator Ron Howard tweets that he has begun recording his voiceover for season 5 of Arrested Development.
Avengers: Infinity War keeps Marvel's streak of Arrested Development Easter Eggs going, and the cameo may be Marvel's best yet.
Arrested Development actor Tony Hale, who plays Buster Bluth, shares some fun set photos of the long-awaited season 5 from Netflix.
A new photo from the set of Netflix's Arrested Development Season 5 reunites Buster Bluth and his beloved mother Lucille.
According to Arrested Development cast member Alia Shawkat, the Bluth family has many more scenes together in season 5 of the hit comedy.
Arrested Development Season 5 is ready to start shooting, star Jason Bateman revealed along with the first set photo from the new season.
Ron Howard adds his signature narration to the original Star Wars trilogy in a mash-up video that puts an Arrested Development spin on things.
Arrested Development season 5 revolves around the mystery of who killed Lucille Austero in season 4, star Jason Bateman confirms.
Will Arnett says the Bluth Family will spend more time on-screen together in season 5 of Netflix's Arrested Development.
Critically-acclaimed comedy Arrested Development is scheduled to return to Netflix in 2018 with the entire regular cast on-board.
Jason Bateman officially signs on for the long-in-development season 5 of Arrested Development and talks about when shooting may begin.
Arrested Development season 5 may be coming soon, as producer Brian Grazer says that the ensemble cast deal is nearly done.
Arrested Development is "very close" to starting season 5 for Netflix according to series creator and executive producer Mitch Hurwitz.