Arrested Development has been off the air for six years, and the series is scheduled to return with Season 4 on May 26.
Each of the 15 episodes will be dedicated to a difference character's point of view, with some of the shows intersecting- Creator and Executive Producer Mitch Hurwitz said this would enable to show to come together, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It will be available just after midnight via Netflix in the United States, the UK, Latin America, and Canada. The timing of the series will qualify the show for Emmy consideration.
The series is expected to place in the comedy series category of Netflix.
Hurwitz brought all of the actors back to the show, including Jason Bateman (Michael Bluth), Michael Cera (George Michael), Will Arnett (George Oscar), Jeffrey Tambor (George), David Cross (Tobias), and Jessica Walter (Lucille), stated the report.
"Arrested Development is now widely viewed as one of the top TV comedies of all time, and Mitch Hurwitz is bringing it to Netflix in a brand new way, crafted for the on-demand generation that has come to discover the show in the years since it last appeared on TV," said Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos, according to the report. This critical praise made up for what it lacked in ratings during its three-season run on Fox.