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Jason Batemans Aggregate Signs Film and TV Deal With Netflix

Jason Bateman, who stars on a pair of Netflix series in Ozark and Arrested Development, is deepening his relationship with the streaming giant via a multi-year deal spanning both film and TV for his production company, Aggregate. Bateman will work with veteran film producer and executive Michael Costigan to form a new, shared vision under the Aggregate name. The two will combine their respective film and television slates, and also work closely together to develop and produce future projects that draw on both emerging talent and their deep bench of filmmaker and actor relationships.   ...Read More... https://www.thewrap.com/jason-batemans-aggregate-signs-film-and-tv-deal-with-netflix/

Arrested Development's David Cross Isn't So Sure About the Show's Future

That trainwreck New York Times interview with the cast of Arrested Development painted a clear picture of what filming Season 5 must have been like, and David Cross has provided even more alarming details. The actor hit up Jim Norton and Sam Roberts, hosts of SiriusXM's Jim & Sam Show , to discuss   ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/arrested-development-david-cross-filming-season-5-mess/?rss=breakingnews

Arrested Development's Alia Shawkat on Defending Jessica Walter: "Women's Voices Need to Be Heard"

An interview with the cast of Arrested Development sent viewers and critics into a frenzy on the internet, and now one of the cast members in the room during it all, Alia Shawkat, is speaking...   ...Read More... http://www.eonline.com/news/942256/arrested-development-s-alia-shawkat-on-defending-jessica-walter-women-s-voices-need-to-be-heard?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-tvnews&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_tvnews

Arrested Development's Mitch Hurwitz Breaks His Silence on the Jessica Walter-Jeffrey Tambor Incident

  In an interview with Deadline , Arrested Development creator and showrunner Mitch Hurwitz broke his silence on the on-set incident where Jeffrey Tambor verbally abused Jessica Walter which was also the subject of an intense and controversial interview with the New York Times last month. The story went   ...Read More...   http://www.tvguide.com/news/arrested-development-mitch-hurwitz-jessica-walter-jeffrey-tambor/?rss=breakingnews

Arrested Developments Mitch Hurwitz Reveals Tambor-Walter Incident: There Was More To It Than I Realized

EXCLUSIVE: Arrested Development creator Mitchell Hurwitz has spoken out for the first time about the on-set argument between Jeffrey Tambor and Jessica Walter , which caused controversy as the fifth season of the show launched on Netflix. In an interview with Deadline, Hurwitz detailed the incident from his perspective for the first time and expressed his regret for not realizing its severity when it occurred. "I'm guilty of not realizing how deeply upsetting that was for   ...Read More... https://deadline.com/2018/06/mitch-hurwitz-tambor-walter-incident-arrested-development-1202404576/

Every Episode of Arrested Development, Ranked

Whats the greatest episode of Arrested Development ever?  ...Read More... http://www.vulture.com/article/arrested-development-every-episode-ranked-worst-to-best.html?utm_source=nym&utm_medium=f1&utm_campaign=feed-full

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of May 28, 2018

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed — or at least be able to fake it — with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   Arrested Development (Season Premiere) Tuesday at 3 am on Netflix Why: Arrested Development has lived an interesting life. It aired from 2003-2006, developed a cult following both during and after its original run, and was an early Netflix revival in 2013. Unfortunately, the 4th season, which already aired 5 years ago, was almost certainly the show's most disappointing. While some die-hard fans still loved it, others could not even make it through the entire season. Mostly due to the differing schedules of all of the stars, the episodes were each focused on a single character, with a non chronological timeline. The season was so polarizing that it was just recently recut and re-released into shorter episodes airing chronologically. It still received mostly negative reviews. So now, the series is back again just a few weeks later with another shot at finding the old magic, with the full cast (yes, even Jeffrey Tambor , and episodes aired chronologically. Will this go around be more successful? Prepare to talk about: How you felt about Season 4; this interview - yikes - and Bateman has since apologized for his remarks; if we think that this season will be the final final season.   The Americans (Series Finale) Wednesday at 10:00 pm on FX Why: I know we probably sound like a broken record every time we insist that The Americans is one of the best drama series on TV (and will certainly go down as one of my personal all-time favorites). And now, after a near-perfect six season run, the show is signing off for good. If you've never watched before, do yourself a favor and binge the entire series - about increasingly conflicted KGB spies Elizabeth and Phillip Jennings posing as a normal American family in the 1980's. Some people might view the series as slow (it sometimes was!), but it was consistently brilliantly acted, and built up tension like few other series have been able to do. With the series concluding, there are a number of open questions that we wonder if we'll finally learn the answers to - like, will poor Stan finally figure things out? And what will happen with Paige (who many of us have had a love/hate relationship with over the years)? Furthermore, this seems like a series that might not give us all of the answers, but let's hope they don't pull a Sopranos ... Prepare to talk about: Can we please finally give Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys Emmys for their work on this series (at least they started getting nominated the last few seasons, which is progress)?; which characters make it out alive; what about Henry?   Succession (Series Premiere) Sunday at 10 pm on HBO HBO has Westworld now, so that's a start for filling the drama void once Game of Thrones concludes, but their schedule has still been light on the quality dramas in recent years. Here and Now came and went earlier this year (sometimes not even Alan Ball can deliver), so now the network has another shot at a drama win with big names both in front and behind the camera. Succession , created by Jesse Armstrong and directed by Adam McKay, stars Brian Cox, Alan Ruck, and Kieran Culkin, among others, as members of a billionaire white family - the Roys - who own a massive media conglomerate (think Rupert Murdoch). Be prepared to not like these people, because they are not likable. However, this series seems more about rooting for these monsters to fail, which *is* probably something that people can get on board with, especially in this day and age. Prepare to talk about: Yay for having Kieran Culkin back on TV; which child is the most annoying; if this is a weird show to pair with Westworld , although we get why HBO would do that.   Rachel is the product manager of SideReel, and while it wasn't included here, she is also very excited for the return of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt this week! div.post p { text-align: justify; }

How 'Arrested Development' Embraced Its Trump Parallels in Season 5

'Arrested Development' leans into Donald Trump parallels in season five.   ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/BBdHtbb8Zj8/arrested-development-season-5-trump-storyline-explained-1115079

The Cast of 'Arrested Development,' Then and Now

As the iconic Fox comedy celebrates the 15th anniversary of its premiere this year, here's a primer on its star-studded cast and what they've been up to in the years since.   ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/onYAmaUHQIw/cast-arrested-development-now-1098769

Arrested Development Season 5 and the Conflicting Feelings That Come With It

Let's face it: Watching Arrested Development now might not be as easy as it was back when it premiered 15 years ago. The canceled Fox series, which was revived by Netflix in 2013 for a...   ...Read More... http://www.eonline.com/news/939593/arrested-development-season-5-and-the-conflicting-feelings-that-come-with-it?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-tvnews&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_tvnews