If you've been watching the latest season of Arrested Development on Netflix this week, you may notice a joke that is confusing some fans. The watermark "Showstealer Pro Trial Version" appears across many of the old clips from the previous seasons.
"Arrested Development" Season 4 has finally premiered, and most fans likely spent the weekend marathoning the new 15 episodes. Those who finished the season are probably left with some big questions, chief among them being, "What comes next? According to more
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Less than a month ago, Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos said that BitTorrent traffic drops as Netflix traffic grows.
Famous fans including Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Erika Christensen, along with star Tony Hale and executive producer Ron Howard, shared their enthusiasm for the return of the beloved series.
If you haven't yet watched the new episodes of "Arrested Development," steer clear of this article! But if you have tuned in to Season 4, chances are you might have some questions about some of the jokes. (Don't worry, it happens to the best of us.) We've more