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Love frozen bananas? “Arrested Development” might come back for season 5

Getting hungry? “And that´s why…” Netflix almost confirmed that there will be a new season of “Arrested Development”. 

In an interview with USA Today Ted Sarandos, the chief content officer of Netflix, said that he´s “positive” about another season of the Emmy-winning series “Arrested Development”. I know what you´re thinking now – he´s just “positive”? Come on! But he added that “It is just a matter of when”. Apparently the only problem is the coordination of the cast members´ schedules.

In season 4 a lot of fans complained “that the cast didn’t appear on screen often enough together” which was one of the reasons why the 4th season wasn´t very popular. Sarandos probably recognized “I´ve made a huge mistake” and called it a “fair criticism”, so hopefully this matter will be resolved in season 5.
Creator Mitchell Hurwitz also repeatedly insisted that the Bluth-family will “definitely” return. First he was thinking about doing a movie but fans would obviously be more happy about a whole new season.

So let´s get our “fakeblock” on and get this new season started!

Warning: You might not understand various information of this article if you´ve never watched the series.




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