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Arrested Development

Premier :: 2003-11-02

Airs :: Sunday 00:00 on Netflix

Genre :: Comedy
8/10


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Summary

After George Bluth, Sr. (Jeffrey Tambor), is arrested for embezzelling funds from the Bluth Development Company, the Bluth family is forced to give up their pampered lifestyle. Michael (Jason Bateman), the responsible one, tries to keep his son George Michael (Michael Cera) from being corrupted by his acerbic mother Lucille (Jessica Walter), his older magician brother G.O.B. (Will Arnett), his twin sister Lindsay (Portia de Rossi), his psychologist-turned-actor brother-in-law Tobias (David Cross), and his niece Maeby (Alia Shawcat). Younger brother and mama’s boy, Buster (Tony Hale), also enters the mix. Watch as this zany family bumbles through 3 seasons of extremely clever, hair-brained antics. "This is the story of a wealthy family who lost everything, and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together. This is Arrested Development."

Latest Episode

Series 0 - Episode 24 - Inside the Actor's Studio: The Cast of Arrested Development
Aired - 07 November 2013

Episode summary:

Series creator Mitch Hurwitz unveils his real-life inspiration behind the Banana Stand and the personal meaning behind the name “Maeby.” Find out the stars' favorite Season 4 moments, which cast member swore off television after many false starts, who moonlights as a teacher, and the genesis of Portia de Rossi’s name.

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Written by :- JeromeWetzelTV Date added 2013-05-31 00:00:00 View more Arrested Development.
A Arrested Development reviews item imageNetflix has resurrected Arrested Development, seven years after its cancellation on FOX, and now, starting this week, presents fifteen brand new episodes. For ease of review purposes, I am breaking down my coverage into three articles covering five episodes each, and this review is for the final five installments. I was surprised by the lack of finality at the end of the season. Yes, season four ...read more
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