By Weslie Swift
On the next. . .Arrested Development.
Get ready to hear Ron Howard utter those magical words once again because Arrested Development is returning to Netflix with a brand new season and like. . .a “half new” season.
Nearly five years after we thought we said “goodbye” to the Bluths, we’re told season 5 will be released to Netflix “soon. . .like really soon.”
But that’s not all. Because it never is with this crazy family.
The show’s creator Mitch Hurwitz has recut season 4, with the remixed version dropping on May 4 (a.k.a. Cinco de Cuatro).
On the next… Arrested Development pic.twitter.com/NjP26k9KE7
— Arrested Development (@arresteddev) May 1, 2018
When season 4 originally debuted on Netflix in 2013, the stories were presented nonlinearly and viewers could watch them in any order without missing the big picture.
Sounds confusing, but have you seen Westworld?!
The recut version will turn those 15 episodes into 22 episodes. Hurwitz says this version is “funny in a whole new way.”