The first half of Arrested Development's Season 5 rollout on Neflix was tumultuous, to say the least. With those controversies overshadowing the first batch of episodes, there were some who questioned the show's future on the streaming service.
But as it turns out, the Bluths will live to bluster through the family business another day. Netflix announced on Tuesday that the second half of Arrested Development Season 5 will debut on the streaming service on March 15.
Part 2 of Arrested Development Season 5, consisting of eight episodes, picks up with the mounting legal troubles of Buster (Tony Hale), who was sprung from jail during the Second of July parade but will now be involved in a murder trial.
Meanwhile, the family's bright idea to build a border wall will continue to be a problem for the Bluths, and somehow this will all culminate in the gay mafia getting involved and Tobias (David Cross) channeling theGolden Girls.
We'll have to wait and see how much messier it can all get when Arrested Development returns to Netflix for the back half of Season 5 on March 15.