Unless you’ve been disconnected from any social media access and have had your phone turned off for the last 24 hours, then you know that Arrested Development is coming back in the form of 10 episodes and feature film. We were at the panel and already shared all the details here, but now you can watch the entire thing yourself. Click below to “like” the New Yorker page and get access to the video.
Since the update, Deadline also lets us know that Netflix and Showtime are circling as potential production and distribution partners but no deals have been made yet. In the meantime, check out quick clips of the whole gang doing the chicken dance if you don’t want to sit through the entire 1.5 hour panel above.
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