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The Wonder Years have always created music that I liken to the television series Arrested Development : not for it's humor, but for it's self-awareness.
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Catered lunch from the fictional Freddy's follows Showtime's "Dexter" ice cream sandwiches in the final week of campaigning before ballots are due -- with the TV Academy's blessing.
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Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz participated in a reddit AMA this afternoon.
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This undated publicity photo released by Netflix shows Will Arnett, left, and Jason Bateman in a scene from "Arrested Development."
We have been talking about radical changes in the way we watch for TV for almost a decade now.
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Netflix went from near bankruptcy to one of the biggest players in original scripted TV dramas.
I was initially going to write an addendum to a previous blog-post in which I tip-toed, with an apprehensive heavy heart, around an adhoc eulogy for my once-perceived undying love for Arrested Development, in the "wake" of its underwhelming return, with new episodes streaming on Netflix last May. I was going to appeal that, today, and proclaim its ... (more)
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Will Arnett was at the Banff World Media Festival to accept the Canadian Award of Distinction.
That is the question after Arrested Development' s highly-anticipated fourth season finally came to Netflix, giving fans the opportunity to binge-watch the Bluth family's shenanigans all at once.
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Of all the Netflix original series, I have watched one, a half of one and one sits waiting in my watch list.
The Atlantic 's sexes editor, Eleanor Barkhorn, has been making her way through the new, Netflix-released season of Arrested Development for the past few weeks.
The Bananarchy site boasts "a celebration of everything revolutionary, irreverent, Arrested Development-al, and excessive.
"Arrested Development" creator Mitch Hurwitz, UK filmmaker Edgar Wright and Nick Kroll of Comedy Central's Kroll Show will also accept trophies at the Montreal festival's industry conference.