'Arrested Development' returns to Netflix on May 29th


"Arrested Development" originally aired for three seasons on FOX from 2003-2006.

Netflix released the first "Arrested Development" season five trailer on Monday.

The trailer for season 5, which comes five years after the Bluth family last graced our screens, shows a new and improved family - so improved, in fact, that they're apparently receiving the Family of the Year award (that they're giving themselves). This next installment will feature the regular cast reprising their roles: Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, David Cross, Portia de Rossi, and Alia Shawkat.

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City host Brighton on 9 May before travelling to Southampton for the final game of the season. We are not ready to be winners of all the titles, I have said this many times.

Netflix released the trailer for Arrested Development Season 5, starring the family of the year.

The cast's careers blew up after Arrested Development first went off the air in 2006, which made it extremely hard to get them all together in order to shoot the fourth season. Then you're in luck because series creator Mitch Hurwitz recut the fourth season and turned the original 15 episodes into a more linear 22 with interweaving storylines. While it isn't mentioned in this preview, we know one of the main plot points will be a season-long arc will focus on solving the murder of the other Lucille (who'd been played by Liza Minnelli). This is probably a not-so-veiled reference to one of the biggest critiques associated with season 4 in that the stories weren't linked all that much. And from what the trailer reveals, it looks like the fifth season of Arrested Development is going to be funnier than ever.

At least one Arrested Development player seemed more reticent in her support. Following allegations of sexual harassment, Jeffrey Tambor was recently let go from the Amazon series Transparent. We're so excited, we just blue ourselves.