Brian Grazer Promises More Arrested Development

He promised at least 17 more episodes.

Get ready for a fifth season of the hit comedy show “Arrested Development.” Producer Brian Grazer made the revelation about the program which was created by Mitch Hurtwiz in an interview.

He promised at least 17 more episodes.

“Arrested development” originally aired for three seasons, from 2003 to 2006, on Fox. The sitcom about a nutty and dysfunctional family starred Golden Globe winner Jeffry Tambor, Jason Bateman, David Cross, Michael Cera and Portia de Rossi.

The show attained a cult status after its cancelation not seen since the original Star Trek was cancelled after only three season as well. This led to Netflix producing a new fourth season of 15 episodes seven years after it was canceled by Fox.

While speaking on the “B.S. Report” podcast, Grazer said, “I love ‘Arrested Development, ’ but it was never a huge thing. But people are loyal to it. We’re going to do another 17 episodes, so stay tuned for ‘Arrested Development.’”

Grazer and his partner Ron Howard’s Imagine Entertainment produced the show. Howard was its narrator and several of his Happy Days co-stars, like Henry Winkler and Scott Baio, appeared on it.

Let’s hope that the fifth season will not make the same mistake that the fourth one did. In it each episode concentrated on a single character with later ones showing what had happened from a different character’s perspective.

This was in contrast to what made its first three seasons so entertaining. In them, each half hour episode gave the audience glimpses of all of its major characters.

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