Future Of ‘Arrested Development’ In Limbo

Netflix Renews ‘Arrested Development’

Netflix on Wednesday confirmed that it has officially greenlit a fifth season of Mitchell Hurwitz’ family farce, with the entire main cast — including Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, Portia de Rossi, David Cross and Alia Shawkat — reprising their signature roles.

Ron Howard Hopeful About ‘Arrested Development’

‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 To Debut In 2016

New ‘Arrested Development’ Episodes In Works

‘Arrested Development’ Cast On ‘Actors Studio’

Grazer: Netflix In Talks For More ‘Arrested’

Netflix Stock Sinks On ‘Arrested’ Reviews

Netflix’s stock fell by more than 6% Tuesday as investors reacted to critics’ mixed reviews over the weekend of the first new Arrested Development episodes since Fox canceled the TV series seven years ago. The shares shed $14.55 to close at $214.19, marking the biggest one-day drop in the stock in nearly six months.

Bananas, Anyone? The Bluths Are Back

Arrested Development, which became a cult hit after its cancellation in 2006, returns as a Netflix download series on Sunday.

NPR Guide To ‘Arrested Development’ Gags

‘Arrested’ Gets Premiere Date, Order Upped To 15

No 2nd Netflix Season’ For Arrested Development’

Kristen Wiig Joins ‘Arrested Development’ Revival

Netflix Extends Order For ‘Arrested Development’

‘Arrested’ Offers Six Walk-On Roles To Fans

Liza Minnelli Returns To ‘Arrested Development’

‘Arrested Development’ Returns On Netfilx In Spring

John Slattery To Appear In ‘Arrested Development’

‘Arrested Development’ Starts New Production

Netflix To Release 10 ‘Arrested’ Episodes At Once

‘Arrested Development’ Cast To Reunite At NAB

‘Arrested Development’ To Be Resurrected

New episodes of the Emmy-winning comedy will stream exclusively to members of the DVD rental service Netflix.

‘Arrested’ Returns Draws Showtime Interest

‘Arrested’ Announces New Show, Movie

Arrested Development‘s creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

‘Arrested’ Cast Reuniting For New Yorker Festival

Arrested Development’ Movie Is A Go