Cult classic comedy Arrested Development is apparently coming back for even more episodes, though it is unclear where they will show up.

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Brian Grazer, one of the executive producers on Arrested Development, appeared on Bill Simmons' The B.S. Report podcast on Tuesday where he revealed that more episodes are coming in the future.

"I love Arrested Development, but it was never a huge thing," Grazer admitted, as seen in the video below. "But people are loyal to it. We're going to do another 17 episodes, so stay tuned for Arrested Development."

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The comedy series aired for three seasons on Fox from 2003-06 before it was cancelled by the network due to low ratings. Netflix then picked it up for a fourth season, with the cast reuniting to do 15 new episodes. The episodes began streaming all at once on May 26, 2013.

The show's stars include some of the most sought after (and busy) actors in Hollywood. Jason Bateman has turned into a movie star while Jeffrey Tambor leads the Amazon series Transparent, Jessica Walter is part of the cast of Archer, Will Arnett has appeared in TV sitcoms, etc.

Therefore, it was unknown if the cast could ever come together again to film new episodes of the beloved series. After Grazer's announcement, 20th Century Fox (the show's producer) made a statement of their own which puts the executive producer's comments into doubt.

"Everyone involved has expressed a desire to do more episodes, but we have nothing firm to announce at this time," a rep for 20th Century Fox said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Netflix has apparently declined to comment on Grazer's statement.

It remains to be seen if Arrested Development will be truly revived with more episodes. Where the show will land is also still up in the air, though Netflix appears to be its new home.