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  1. Get A Banner Ready: New Arrested Development Hits Netflix In May

    You guys, have you heard THE BEST news? Word dropped last night that new episodes of Arrested Development will make their debut on Netflix sometime in May. That means you've got just a few short months to brush up on your Bluth family apocrypha before the debut by giving the show another watch through or ten. Conceivably, this also means a chance to watch it in the first place if you haven't already. There must be people out there who haven't, right? If you're one of them, go watch it right now. Yes, like right now right now.

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  2. The Arrested Development Series and Movie Are Still Definitely Happening and Everyone Is on Board

    And All Was Right With the World

    We know, we know. We keep covering the Arrested Development movie as if we don't know it's definitely going to happen, even though we know that it is, along with a new series that will be streamed exclusively on Netflix. (It is Definitely Happening in 2013.) However, we like to make sure that all of our ducks are in a row. In this case, the cast and original writing staff. Good news: all those ducks have signed on to write the new series and screenplay. They even have an office and parking spaces!

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  3. The New Arrested Development Episodes Have Found a Home at Netflix

    Vital Information for Your Everyday Life

    It's officially official, everyone: the new episodes of Arrested Development that will lead up to the feature film will run exclusively on Netflix! Production has already started on the new episodes and they are expected to hit the DVD/streaming service in early 2013. But you know what's even better? Knowing, for sure, that this is really, finally, actually happening!

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  4. Arrested Development Creator Announces New Shows Ahead of the Movie, All of Which Are Definitely Happening

    Officially Official

    We would never lie to you about this: Late yesterday, news broke that Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz was shopping around an abbreviated series of the show -- nine or ten new episodes -- that will air on either Showtime or Netflix. Yes, you heard that correctly: Netflix. And also, new episodes of Arrested Development. And yes, the movie is still happening.

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  5. Will Arnett Says So: Arrested Development Movie Still Happening (Really)

    Oh Really?

    No, really guys: It's going to happen. Probably. No, seriously. After all these years of conflicting reports and non-committal stars, Will Arnett talked about the Arrested Development movie on Marc Maron's podcast, WTF With Marc Maron, and said that the script is in the works. Which is what they always say, but okay. But he also said it should be in theaters next year. Wait, what? Okay, we're listening.

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  6. Arrested Development Movie: Now in Script Phase

    It's happening? Yes! It's happening. Not just "announced that it's happening," but the Arrested Development movie is really, actually in the process of happening and could possibly be out before the end of this year. Creator Mitch Hurwitz has confirmed in a recent interview that a script is being written right now and that they have a timeline for shooting and releasing the movie. So, when? Click through for the interview.

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  7. Arrested Development Movie “Not Going to Happen,” Says David Cross

    Arrested Development diehards have been whispering about the possibility of a movie based on the show seemingly since the day in 2006 that Arrested Development, like Firefly and so many other great shows, was cruelly canceled by FOX.

    The longshot possibility of an AD movie experienced a brief glimmer of hope last year when holdout Michael Cera finally agreed he'd participate. But now, we've got more bad tidings, courtesy of David Cross, who played everyone's favorite analrapist Tobias Fünke on the show: In an interview with TV Squad, he repeatedly said that an Arrested Development movie is "not going to happen."

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