The Bluths are back, and now there's visual evidence to prove it. Fox cancelled Arrested Development, starring Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, David Cross, and Jeffrey Tambor in 2006, but now the entire cast is returning for a fourth "reunion" season that will premiere on Netflix sometime next year.
It looks like all the cautious speculation and hopeful rumors about an Arrested Development movie in the works have finally been confirmed. But wait, all you Bluth fans ... it gets even better. Not only will there be a film that picks up with the members of the Bluth family five years after the show's highly protested cancellation in 2006, treating the hiatus in real time, but the smart, critically acclaimed show will also return for nine to ten new television episodes, each centered around a different character, and what they've been up to in the meantime.
Fans of Arrested Development, get ready to celebrate. Days after actor Peter Serafinowicz said Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz was writing the long-awaited film, Hurwitz has confirmed the rumors, and hopes to release the film within the year.