Though some people weren't as fanatical about Netflix's Season 4 of Arrested Development, I loved it (especially once it got rolling). So I'm ecstatic that Netflix is currently in talks to do another season of Arrested Development. As awesome as a movie has sounded in the past, more episodic puzzles in the name of…
Maybe you didn't enjoy the newest season of Arrested Development on Netflix. Maybe you wanted to watch it in chronological order. Maybe you thought the actors became too different, like Maeby's Mom. Maybe you missed the old episodes. Whatever it may be, you'll definitely enjoy this supercut of all the fake websites…
Hey now! So by now, chances are you've seen the new Arrested Development episodes in Netflix. And while a lot of people loved them just fine as they are, many others had a problem with the non-standard editing, which didn't really resemble the original show. Now, thanks to the miracle that is "nerds on the internet",…
Even though it's incredibly easy to watch the new revived season of Arrested Development—seriously, all you need is a Netflix account—-a lot of people still pirated episodes of Arrested Development. In fact, public BitTorrent trackers put it at 175,000 pirated downloads to be exact.
If you're like us, you probably spent a good part of your weekend plowing through at least some of Arrested Development season 4 on Netflix. Were you able to restrain yourself, or did you binge and watch all 15 episodes? What do you think so far?
The Netflix-only fourth season of Arrested Development went live at 3 a.m. EST this morning, and if you didn't see the Twitter deluge coming, well, you're one of these people:
If you're busy this weekend with trips to the beach and delicious barbecues and drinks with umbrellas in them, I feel bad for you. Memorial Day 2013 is not about enjoying the weather or spending time outdoors or kicking off Summer, nope, it's about having a day off so you can watch the new season of Arrested…
Watch enough Arrested Development—I mean, is there really such a thing as enough?—and you become party to a long and intricate series of recurring jokes. Now, you can feast your eyes on an interactive visualization that lets you take a closer look at where the gags crop up.
When news first broke nearly a year and a half ago that Netflix was resurrecting Arrested Development for a fourth season, the reception was joy followed by immediate apprehension. Could the expectations be met? Could it be as funny as it is in our memory? The answer, based on this just-released first trailer, is a…
The Internet is all about being first. Who wants to be second? You want to be the person who screams FIRST. You want to be the douche who calls something that popped up an hour ago OLD. You want to know immediately when the new episodes of Arrested Development will be uploaded to Netflix. Here's how.
Netflix has finally announced that the new fifteen-episode Arrested Development season will launch on May 26th. C'mon!
Netflix has confirmed that there will be 14 new Arrested Development episodes, which will start airing in May. [Netflix]
If news that Arrested Development was going to get 10 brand new episodes didn't make you want to celebrate by doing the chicken dance, how about this: Netflix is expanding its order of episodes for Season 4. Now there'll be anywhere from 12-15 new Arrested Development episodes as opposed to 10. HOORAY!
REJOICE, fellow disturbed individuals! The final trailer of the Arrested Development—perhaps the much-anticipated new season appears on Netflix.
According to a tweet from the Netflix Twitter account, Arrested Development is coming back. Hallelujah, the best comedy ever is returning and Netflix made it happen.
A new challenger arrives, and it's completely expected. So soon after Netflix reportedly sought an exclusive deal for the soon-to-be renewed series, the Vulture blog alleges that Hulu wants the same. "Marry me!" the producers then said. Everyone was confused.
Yes! After years of waffling, a fourth season of Arrested Development is finally in the works. AND it'll tie into the movie they're planning, too. This is incredible news. And even better that it might run on Netflix come 2013.
The wags over at Splitsider have a take on how streaming video and DVR have actually served to make TV shows funnier. Or maybe more accurately, to give funny sitcoms a better chance of survival:
Someone at Cupertino is a fan of the criminally short-lived Arrested Development, as evidenced by this entry in the iPhone dictionary of "Mayonegg." Don't get it? Here's a clip to put it in context.