Posted Thu Jan 10, 2013 at 11:30 AM PST by Dick Ward
According to the creator, a movie is already in the works. Again.
'Arrested Development' may not have generated huge ratings when it first aired, but the series has found a great deal of success on home video and even more on streaming sites like Netflix – a service that's been looking for some original programming. The opportunity to pair up is one that the two couldn't pass up and the show is finally set with a release date – May 4th.
Each episode of the show will revolve around a different character and other characters will have smaller roles. If you're watching a Gob episode – how cool will that be? – you'll still see the other Bluths, but they won't necessarily take up as much time as in traditional episodes.
All 14 episodes will be available on May 4th, so fans will be spending their Saturday inside, glued to the set. It will also be the day that we start to see whether the moves Netflix is making will pay off.
Source: Tech Crunch
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