The first official image from 'Arrested Development' season 4 has been released. Plus, a recent report indicates that the new season will premiere in April 2013.
Check out the first promo image for 'Arrested Development' season 4, featuring the Bluth family in classic repose.
Adam DeVine (Workaholics) has revealed plot details for 'Arrested Development' season 4. Meanwhile, Alia Shawkat talked about reprising her role as Maeby Fünke.
Mae Whitman (Parenthood) talks about a potential plot development for 'Arrested Development' season 4 and the highly-anticipated return of Annhog.
Fans of 'Arrested Development' can rest easy, as Liza Minnelli is now confirmed to be reprising her role as Lucille Austero in season 4.
Mitch Hurwitz confirms 'Arrested Development' Season 4 will lead into an eventual movie.
Henry Winkler & Scott Baio are making their return for 'Arrested Development' season 4. Could Liza Minnelli be next?
David Cross reveals that there might be thirteen episodes in 'Arrested Development' season 4, instead of only ten.
'Arrested Development' season 4 set photos have hit the Internet featuring George Michael Bluth (Michael Cera) riding his uncle GOB's Segway. Also, John Slattery (Mad Men) has joined the cast for multiple episodes.
'Arrested Development' season 4 has officially begun filming. Check out photos of Michael, Lindsay, and Tobias - as well as a few special guest stars.
If there was any doubt about the Bluth family's return, check out the first set photos of Michael Cera returning to his television home for season 4 of 'Arrested Development.'
Ron Howard and Jason Bateman have tweeted photographic evidence that 'Arrested Development' season 4 - airing on Netflix in 2013 - is actually happening, with shooting beginning in four weeks.
'Arrested Development' creator Mitch Hurwitz reveals that upcoming fourth season on Netflix will include all 10 episodes premiering at once, some returning characters, and a different approach than originally intended.
New episodes of the critically-acclaimed 'Arrested Development' television show will appear exclusively on Netflix's instant streaming service in 2013.
Hot on the heels of news that 'Arrested Development' will get a limited fourth season, sources are saying that both Showtime or Netflix are in talks to air the new episodes with the film releasing in 2013.
Exciting news out of New York today, as 'Arrested Development' creator Mitchell Hurwitz says that he's planning to bring the series back to television before the possible movie is released.
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