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'Arrested Development': Mitch Hurwitz wants a movie, then Season 5

Mitch Hurwitz has big plans for "Arrested Development's" future. He's long been talking about an "Arrested Development" movie, but the comedy TV show's creator explained why he'd like to be a film to be the next step in the series' journey during a speechat the New York TV Festival keynote. Of course, there's no set schedule for when that dreamed of movie will be made. Hurwitz gave his usual logline -- "All I've been able to say is, I really want to continue with this, and the cast really wants to continue with this" -- before explaining why he's having such trouble following up Season 4. "What my new thing is, because it might be tough to get the cast together for the four months you would need to make a series, is to try to get them together for four weeks sooner, and do the movie that is the story that we've been building... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/10/arrested-development-mitch-hurwitz-wants-a-movie-then-season-5.html

'Arrested Development' is coming back on Netflix: 'There's no question,' says Ted Sarandos

Rest your fears, "Arrested Development" fans: the Bluth family will be coming back on Netflix. It's no longer a matter of "if," but simply a matter of "when" and "how," Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos reveals in a new interview. "There's no question. It's a matter of when and what form it takes," Sarandos tells TheWrap. "We kicked around the idea of doing another season, or doing a movie." Just don't expect an "Arrested Development" movie to hit the big screen. Sarandos says theatrical distribution "is not really consistent" with what Netflix is all about. Sarandos also says there are no hard feelings about "House of Cards" losing Outstanding Drama Series to "Breaking Bad." After all, "Breaking Bad's" continued popularity and increased viewership have Netflix to thank. Series creator Vince Gilligan knows it, as Sarandos says he personally thanked Netflix backstage at the Emmys for "saving" the series. As for Netflix's other thriving series,... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/arrested-development-is-coming-back-on-netflix-theres-no-question-says-ted-sarandos.html

Emmys 2013: 'House of Cards,' 'Arrested Development' change the game

If anything, the nominations for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards indicate the honors are changing, along with the television business itself.And this year, that largely comes down to one word: Netflix.That pay service has become a major player in the Emmys -- which CBS televises Sunday, Sept. 22 -- for the first time, thanks to the two projects it backed that viewers couldn't see anywhere else (before their later home video releases, anyway): the Americanization of "House of Cards" and the revival of "Arrested Development."If the broadcast networks thought they had a lot to fear from cable, now they have direct delivery systems such as Netflix to contend with, too. And just how worrisome does cable continue to be for the ABCs, CBSes and NBCs of the world? Consider that only one of the six nominees for outstanding drama series -- "Downton Abbey" -- is from the broadcast world. And that's PBS.It's the same thing... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/zap-before-they-were-2013-emmy-nominees-pics.html

'Arrested Development's' Jason Bateman: Before the Emmys, 'It's Your Move' and 'Silver Spoons'

Jason Bateman scored his second career Emmy nomination this year for playing Michael Bluth on "Arrested Development," eight years after first being nominated for the role. That's great and all -- but in a certain part of the pop-culture consciousness, he'll always be Matthew Burton.You know, the lead character of "It's Your Move"? The one-season NBC sitcom from 1984-85? Welcome to Before They Were Emmy Nominees. Each Tuesday and Wednesday between now and the Emmy Awards on Sept. 22, we're going to look back at some early and obscure roles of a few of this year's acting nominees. (See Zap2it's Before They Were Nominees photo gallery.)"It's Your Move" came from Ron Leavitt and Michael G. Moye, the future creators of "Married ... With Children." Bateman's Matthew was a teenage prankster and scam artist who lived with his sister (Tricia Cast) and their mom (Caren Kaye). Matthew met his match in their new neighbor -- and... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/08/arrested-developments-jason-bateman-before-the-emmys-its-your-move-and-silver-spoons.html

Arrested Development Movie in the Works

After months of speculation,  Mitch Hurwitz  told  Rolling Stone   that he's started work on an  Arrested Development   movie. "I'm working on the movie right now," Hurwitz said. "I can't get into much more detail because I don't want to scare anybody off.   Read More...   //www.tvguide.com/News/Arrested-Development-Movie-1069648.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Arrested Development Hidden Jokes: Episode 15 (The Final Episode)

  As G.O.B.'s favorite Europe lyrics go, it's the final countdown! At last we have reached our last in-depth recap of Arrested Development 's comeback season, which appeared on Netflix a few months ago. We certainly took our sweet time sifting through the 15 episodes of the comedy's fourth season, and perhaps you did too, but whether you're still working on it or watching the season for the tenth time, here is what we've already (proudly) accomplished:     Read More... //www.vulture.com/2013/08/arrested-development-hidden-jokes-episode-15.html

Another 'Arrested Development' Season? Tony Hale Says It's Likely

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... //www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/12/arrested-development-new-season_n_3745260.html?utm_hp_ref=tv

Arrested Development Hidden Jokes: Episodes 9 and 10

  We wouldn't let you go too long without another edition of our ongoing Arrested Development Easter-egg hunt. Maybe you're watching the episodes for the first time along with these walkthroughs, or maybe you've already seen the entire thing and just want to check out what you may have missed. There have been many installments of this series before this one, so catch up if you need to. We'll wait. But only for two more seconds. Okay, let's go. Read More... //www.vulture.com/2013/07/arrested-development-hidden-jokes-episodes-9-10.html

Will Arnett: 'Arrested Development' Season 5 won't leave Lucille Austero's fate 'unanswered'

It's no secret that "Arrested Development" could get a Season 5, though whether it ends up happening depends on the schedules of the cast. At least there is a story to tell, as Season 4 ended on some pretty major cliffhangers. One of those big storylines left open was the fate of Liza Minnelli's character Lucille Austero. There's been some speculation that "Arrested Development's" next iteration will be a murder mystery, which Will Arnett says he'd love to see happen. "Put it this way, we're not going to leave it unanswered," Arnett tells Zap2it at CBS' TCA party of Lucille's open-ended storyline. So will Season 5 actually happen? Arnett was careful not to give any details away and make it clear that everything's still up in the air. "No details on that," he says. "We've just got to work out whether it's going to happen and make sure that we kind of get all the... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/07/will-arnett-arrested-development-season-5-wont-leave-lucille-austeros-fate-unanswered.html

Netflix: 'Arrest Development' Success Is No Illusion

The company said in a letter to shareholders on Monday that it added 630,000 members in its second quarter ending in July, and attributed the increase to the fourth season of "Arrested Development." Read More... //www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/22/netflix-arrested-development-second-quarter_n_3636489.html?utm_hp_ref=tv&ir=TV