On the next Arrested Development ...
Michael (Jason Bateman) is looking to make a new start, Buster (Tony Hale) is plagued with night terrors, Gob (Will Arnett) is still performing tricks illusions, and Lindsay (Portia de Rossi) is doing a poor job of trying to convince her husband Tobias (David Cross) that she still loves him. All that according to the newly unveiled trailer for Season 4 of the cult comedy, which premieres on Netflix Sunday, May 26, with 15 new episodes released simultaneously.
"The Bluths are in real deep doo-doo." So says Jeffrey Tambor, George Bluth himself, summing up the fourth season of Arrested Development at the show's April 30 premiere screening at Hollywood's famed TCL Chinese Theatre. The show, which follows the ridiculous exploits of the dysfunctional family, was revived by Netflix after being canceled by Fox in 2006.
This week, we got a sneak peek at the upcoming fourth season of Arrested Development, which will premiere on Netflix on May 26. Two aspiring filmmakers re-created the bullet sequence from The Matrix shot for shot, and two aspiring scientists blew up a cereal bowl to see what it would look like in slow motion. Kevin Spacey parodied House of Cards at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, and the folks at CollegeHumor parodied Dove's "Real Beauty" campaign. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Chris Diamantopoulos, who recently appeared on Up All Night as Maya Rudolph's on-again, off-again love interest, is joining Season 4 of Arrested Development, Deadline reports.
There's no word on who he'll be playing, but Diamantopoulos will reportedly appear in at least three episodes of the dysfunctional family comedy, which is being revived by Netflix.
Up All Night is hosting a Bluth family reunion!
Arrested Development's Tony Hale is heading to the NBC comedy to reunite with his former TV brother Will Arnett, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Hale will play...