Netflix's 'Arrested Development' Getting Chronological Edit

In an interview with Pretentious Film Majors, Arrested Development creator Mitchell Hurwitz spoke about the series' resurrection on Netflix, and addressed the unique structure of the fourth season, which saw the close-knit ensemble dispersed into a half-dozen ongoing plotlines depicted in a nonlinear fashion. But soon,

"The fourth season, a lot of the battles were creative -- I mean internal, I should say -- and with scheduling and things like that," Hurwitz said. "Right now I'm cutting a version of Season 4 that tells it kind of chronologically."

The news should perk up the ears of fans who felt let down by the show's drastic format change, although no details have been released about the Hurwitz Edit being made public.

Despite mixed reviews for the show's ambitious fourth season, all signs seem to point to the Bluth family returning for both a film and another round of episodes on Netflix. Will Arnett said during an August visit to The Tonight Show that he would be returning as GOB once more. "It is going to happen," he said. "We don't know when, but it is going to happen."

You can watch the Pretentious Film Majors interview with Mitchell Hurwitz below.

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