Not even a week ago we reported that Netflix secured themselves an addition 630,000 more subscribers thanks to the fourth season of Arrested Development , but now we have series creator Mitch Hurwitz saying that it is "definitely" coming back.
We've been hearing whispers of a fifth season, but when the series' creator comes out and talks about it, it gives us more confidence. It looks like they're ready to either pull the trigger on an Arrested Development movie, or a fifth series of the cult show. The news comes from a Q&A at the Just for Laughs comedy conference in Montreal last week.
Netflix chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, asked the question himself: "are we going to do more" to which Hurwitz replied with "definitely". Hurwitz talked about multiple possibilities, with the movie being first, and then a fifth season. Maybe we might end up with a three-part episode before the fifth season begins. Hurwitz asked Sarandos: "are you game for that" with Sarandos replying with "absolutely, in any form".
It looks like the future of Arrested Development isn't looking so blue after all...
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