We've made a huge mistake.
….in thinking we could ever live without Arrested Development!
We are just over the moon now that the HIGHlarious show is coming back for its fourth season… so much so that we've gathered some of our favorite scenes from the best AD characters (aren't they all AH-mazing though??) to not only reminisce, but to prepare for its premiere on Netflix on May 26.
Let's start with the guy who keeps the whole family ticking, Michael Bluth:
His expectations are always way too high:
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What a sight this is!
The cast of Arrested Development, fans, and friends came together at the TCL Chinese Theater in Los Angeles last night for the Netflix Season 4 premiere!
And let us tell you, they were all lookin’ gooooooood! From the bearded Jason Bateman to the svelte Portia de Rossi, we were drooling over what’s to come.
Ch-ch-check out more red carpet photos (below) and add to your Arrested anticipation!
[Image via Nikki Nelson/WENN.]
Finally! A good, hard look at how well our beloved Bluths have fared against the tug of time over the past seven years!
With a month to go before all new episodes of the much-anticipated, criminally under-watched Arrested Development are released SIMULTANEOUSLY on Netflix for instant-streaming for the the first time since Fox canceled the comedy back in 2006, MORE new posters have been released, in honor of the legitimately momentous occasion!
And while the last batch honored each member of America's favorite family with imagery alluding to their respective, ahem, 'vices,' the latest from the promotional campaign showcase THEM…with captions that playfully reference the new medium on which they will bring the LOLz in a big way!
Ch-ch-check out Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, Michael Cera and the rest of the gang (above and below)!
And if that wasn't enough to keep your appetite for hot ham water satiated, the FIRST official clip from the new season has dropped, featuring possibly the most HIGHlariously uncomfortable mother-boy exchange from Buster and Lucille we've EVER seen!
CLICK HERE to watch!
[Images via Facebook.]
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Our favorite one-handed mama's boy is BACK!!
Tony Hale, a.k.a. Buster Bluth, was extremely excited to film the new season of Arrested Development for Netflix and we can't blame him!
More than that, Tony is totes thankful to his dedicated fans who kept the HIGHlarious cult comedy alive!
In a recent interview, he revealed:
Booooooooo + 1000x more o's!!!
We were really hoping for more than just the one return season Arrested Development (even though there's been talk of a movie), but we just got our hope's asses handed to us by the Netflix CEO Reed Hastings (the same braniac that wanted to split Netflix's DVD and streaming services and keeps hiking prices!)!
Here's what he said:
Whoa, whoa, whoa, did someone drink a little too much sizzurp??
Michael Cera took an embarrassing fall when he stumbled and landed on his arse at the premiere of his new movie Magic Magic at Sundance.
His co-star Catalina Sandino went in for a smooch while the two were posing for pics when all of a sudden, whoops! Michael lost his footing and he was down for the count!
At least he was all smiles though so guess he didn't get too hurt on his way down! Although, looks like his co-star is doing little to help him up!
[Image via Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP Images.]
Reason #651 we're thrilled to have averted the Mayan Apocalypse: The return of Arrested Development!
After years of sleepless nights caused mostly by lack of Jason Bateman and Michael Cera, we're only four months away from AD's return to
the small screen whichever screen hooks up to your Netflix account!
Though the critically-adored show was cancelled back when Justin Bieber was still a tween, it was never forgotten.
On the contrary, diehard fans begged and pleaded and promised to wash the luxury sedans of network bigwigs.
These execs cared greatly about profits, just a little bit about freshly polished rims, and not even a smidgeon about whether Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand would ever reopen for business.
The Gods were kind, however, as Netflix miraculously teamed up with series creator Mitch Hurowitz to reunite the entire ensemble cast for a 14-episode season set to drop in May.
It's been seven years, though — so don't expect the show to be exactly the same as it was!
In an interview yesterday, Mitch discussed several changes.
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