Brian Grazer and Ron Howard are prolific producers known for their success in films, but they're also known for their work on 'Arrested Development'. The show, which first aired in 2003, became a cult hit despite being taken off the air a mere three seasons in. It was a disappointment to everyone involved, but fans rejoiced when it was announced that the show would be coming back for another season on Netflix.
Grazer and Howard recently spoke about the upcoming season at a recent charity event. They mentioned that their company would have a cameo in the show, explaining, "One of the very last lines in the show was when [I say], 'I don't think [Arrested Development] is a TV show; maybe it's a movie. So in the new season, we create a heightened version of Imagine Entertainment. We talk about what could be our new Da Vinci Code."
They also talk about a specific episode where both of their characters are stuck in an elevator with Michael Bluth [played by Jason Bateman], and the episode will have a lot to do with 'inflated egos'.
So far, everything we've heard and seen from the season looks fantastic, and it's currently set to air on Netflix in May. Among other things, one of the great aspects of the show airing on Netflix is that we'll get to see the entire season in one day if we want to. Are you excited for Arrested Development to return?