'Arrested Development' Season 5 Trailer Announces May Premiere Date



"Arrested Development" aired on FOX network for three seasons (2003-2006), winning six Emmys including Best Comedy Series in 2004 and Best Comedy Writing in 2004 and 2005.

Arrested Development Season 5 will debut Tuesday, May 29th on Netflix.

And in addition to the fifth season, Netflix also recently premiered a remixed version of the show's fourth season.

Maeby goes incognito
Maeby goes incognito

Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos assured fans previously that the season 4 standalone character format would be abandoned for season 5, with fans finding that "the Bluths will collectively [spend] more quality time" together.

Netflix has also confirmed that Jeffery Tambor will be included in the show and attend promotional events for it leading up to its release, despite the sexual misconduct allegations made against the actor late a year ago. This next installment will feature the regular cast reprising their roles: Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, David Cross, Portia de Rossi, and Alia Shawkat.

Series creator Mitch Hurwitz previously said the new season would focus on a murder mystery.

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And what would Arrested Development be without the lovely narration of Ron Howard? It's unclear if that idea will be a part of the new season, but the trailer does reveal that they will continue the story of politician Lindsay Bluth, who ended season four with a "put up the wall" speech, with all the Donald Trumpian overtones that implies.

The Bluths are back, baby! But whatever happens, Michael will always come back to save the family.

How much does it cost to get a Netflix subscription, Michael? $10? Netflix revived it for Season 4 in 2013.

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The actor was sacked from "Transparent" for alleged sexual harassment.

There may be some controversy with the fifth season of Arrested Development.

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