Netflix dropped a recut version of Arrested Development season 4 last week (just in time for Cinco de Cuatro) which arranged that disjointed season's events in chronological order, and Ron Howard helped make an Arrested Development-Star Wars parody for May the Fourth.
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).
Season 5 will arrive on May 29. (They've even made an actual IRL website to support the cause.) All of this, and presumably other things we haven't been made privy to yet, irritate Michael enough that he once again commits himself to abandoning the family.
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Arrested Development ushered in the revival era of television when it came back from the dead in 2013.
Netflix released a trailer for "Arrested Development" season 5 on Monday, revealing a surprisingly close release date: May 29, 2018.
However, reaction to that fourth season was fairly negative.
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The Bluths are back, baby! Some characters are also sporting some fresh hairstyles, and George Michael definitely disapproves of Maeby's (Shawkat) new color.
How much does it cost to get a Netflix subscription, Michael? $10?
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At least one Arrested Development player seemed more reticent in her support. David Cross is back too, after making public comments that a number of the cast were still prepared to "stand behind" Tambor in the wake of Amazon's investigation of alleged harassment on the set of "Transparent".
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