Arrested Development Season 4 Debuts on Netflix

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The fourth season of Arrested Development has exclusively debuted on Netflix today. All 15 episodes are available for your binge-viewing pleasure, with run times around 33 minutes or so. The show first aired on FOX from 2003 to 2006, only to be cancelled after three seasons–until Netflix brought the series back to life.

It’s the story of a wealthy family that lost everything, and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together. It’s “Arrested Development,” the Emmy Award and Golden Globe-winning series starring one of the funniest ensembles in TV comedy, who taught viewers the meaning of “never nude,” spread a dangerous amount of misinformation about maritime law, and reminded everyone “that’s why you always leave a note.”

The official season 4 trailer is below:

Netflix is set to face competition in Canada as Rogers and Bell Media-Astral, but CEO Reed Hastings remains unfazed and notes releasing unique content such as Arrested Development, House of Cards of more recently Hemlock Grove.

Click here to sign up for Netflix–the first month’s free and you can watch it from any iOS device, Apple TV and your Mac/PC. Have you started watching the fourth season of Arrested Development yet?

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  • Sinochick

    Just finished watching the entire season! Loved it! That ANUSTART vanity plate made me LMAO!!!

  • reformcanada

    Overrated show.

  • Daniel MacDonald

    Started watching last night. https://vine.co/v/bVPvK2xhimr

  • I was disappointed by episode 1 but that won’t turn me away. Love the characters and the humour too much to not go forward. Watching episode 2 tonight.

  • The first episode was very slow, even though I enjoyed the cameos. I’ll have to keep chugging along here and see if it gets better.

  • bradg17

    On the fifth episode and loving it! Not quite as good as before before but hilarious still. Episode 1 and 2 are a little slow and confusing but episode 3 and after has been great