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'Arrested Development' to return ... and how

Netflix announces a radical release schedule

‘Arrested Development’ to return … and how

Get ready for an avalanche of Bluths
Get ready for an avalanche of Bluths


Start gathering up the Bluths. And clear a full day on your calendar in 2013.

The dearly beloved, dearly departed dysfunctional cult comedy, Arrested Development is in fact returning with 10 new episodes next year. Thank Gob (Will Arnett).

Here’s the twist: Netflix which is producing the reunion plans to make all ten available for streaming on the same day. How you like them frozen bananas? That will make for some manic marathon.

Or you could parcel them out and watch one each day. That’s probably the way sensible old Michael (Jason Bateman) would do it.



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