The highly anticipated fifth season of Arrested Development will be released in two parts, with the first eight episodes arriving this month.
The Bluths are back together for a new (new) beginning in a trailer for Season 5 of Arrested Development, debuting on Netflix May 29.
Barry Zuckercorn actor Henry Winkler says Arrested Development's fifth season is set to drop "midsummer" on Netflix.
Arrested Development star Jason Bateman reveals the first photo from the set of the fifth season of the cult comedy.
Netflix has greenlit a fifth season of Arrested Development, arriving in 2018 with all the original stars of the cult comedy.
The Bluths look ready to return again (finally), as Jason Bateman signs on for more Arrested Development.
"Arrested Development" EP Brian Grazer says the involved parties are close to signing a deal to bring the Bluths back.
Ben Grimm meets Tobias FÃ¼nke in this clip pairing "Arrested Development's" FF musical with Josh Trank's feature film.
A Netflix executive assures fans the streaming service isn't finished with the Bluth clan just yet.
Producer Brian Grazer reveals that production is slated to begin for a mid-2016 release of the cult-favorite television comedy.
Although it's certainly not official, Imagine Entertainment's Brian Grazer revealed the Bluths will be back for another 17 episodes on Netflix.
Mitchell Hurwitz reveals he's re-editing the comedy's unorthodox fourth season so the storyline will unfold chronologically.
With the release of Pixar's Toy Story of Terror! on Blu-ray the action icon talks with SPINOFF about Combat Carl, Arrested Development and his long Hollywood career.
Will Arnett confirms a fifth season of Arrested Development is in the works: "We don’t know when, but it is going to happen."
Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz, has confirmed the plan is for the cult comedy to make the jump to the silver screen before returning to Nefflix for a fifth season. He also wants more of Mad Men actor John Slattery's Dr. Norman.
Although an Arrested Development film has yet to receive a green light, series creator Mitch Hurwitz revealed he has already begun work on the long-discussed project.
Talks have begun between Netflix and Imagine Entertainment for a fifth season of Arrested Development, with a representative of the streaming service saying the company is interested in more episodes if they're "logistically possible."