According to actor Tony Hale, it's likely.
Hale, who plays Buster Bluth, sat down with HuffPost Live's Alyona Minkovski recently to talk about the successful resurgence of the show. He said that he was initially nervous about returning, he got excited once he got back into character.
"When we got canceled in 2006, when you're kind of done with a job, you kind of go through a mourning process," Hale said. "So to get it resurrected and do it again, that was just such a gift."
"Arrested Development" producers have already been in talks with Netflix about a new season. Hale said that scheduling might be an issue again, but that he and the show's other stars are definitely excited to see what story lines show creator Mitch Hurwitz will put together next.
"It's always surprising," Hale said. "Everybody wants to jump on board because we're so curious as to what Mitch is going to come up with, what surprises he's going to give you." Read More...