Jason Bateman sends out the first set photo from the Arrested Development Season 5 set with production kicking off next week.
Jason Bateman offers new insight into the next two seasons of Arrested Development and the untimely death of Lucille Austero.
Jason Bateman confirms that he has just signed on for all-new episodes of Arrested Development which beings shooting soon.
Arrested Development is reportedly casting younger members of the Bluth family for flashbacks.
Executive producer Brian Grazer thinks they're just a few weeks away from locking in the cast for Arrested Development Season 5.
While Season 5 of Arrested Development is getting closer to happening, creator Mitchell Hurwitz dropped some details about another project.
Creator Mitch Hurwitz confirms Arrested Development Season 5 is mapped out, now it's all about reuniting the cast.
Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz teases new storylines that mirror Donald Trump's tactics and the Netflix series Making a Murderer.
Ron Howard reveals that Arrested Development series creator Mitch Hurwitz is currently working with writers to bring Season 5 to Netflix.
Netflix's Ted Sarandos teases that they have 'every intention' of making more Arrested Development, and talks are under way with the cast.
Jessica Walter reveals that a beloved character will be arrested for a bloody murder when Arrested Development returns to Netflix next year.
Brian Grazer reveals that production will begin early next year on Season 5 of Arrested Development, debuting in the spring of 2016.
Brian Grazer confirms that they are making 17 more episodes as Arrested Development gears up for Season 5, but it isn't known when they will debut.
The movie script is currently being written, though 20th Century Fox has yet to greenlight the project.
The executive producer stresses that this new 15-episode season on Netflix should be watched in order.
Series creator Mitchell Hurwitz joins the pair for a look at the highly-anticipated 15-episode season, debuting in its entirety Sunday, May 26 on Netflix.
The Emmy Award-wining comedy series starring Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi and Will Arnett returns this Sunday, May 26th.
As Season 4 of the cult series debuts this Sunday, Netflix reveals possible scenarios for the continuation of this franchise.
The actress returns as the apple of George Michael Bluth's eye, Maeby Funke, in the upcoming episodes, debuting Sunday, May 26th on Netflix.
Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Michael Cera, David Cross, Portia De Rossi and the rest of the Bluths are back with 15 all-new episodes on Netflix May 26th.