Jason Bateman signs for 'Arrested Development' Season 5

Jason Bateman signs for 'Arrested Development' Season 5

Jason Bateman signs for 'Arrested Development' Season 5

Star Jason Bateman has tweeted that he has "officially signed" for a comeback of the comedy, which was picked up by Netflix after being dropped by Fox. News, in a post on Twitter, Jason Bateman wrote that it looked very probable that he would be putting, " some miles on the Stair Car this summer".

The fourth season was not without its flaws - some would argue that the third season wasn't either - but there's still a lot of love out there for Arrested Development and with good reason too.

RELATED: "Arrested Development" Producer Says More Episodes Are Coming! Around the same time, Netflix boss Ted Sarandos teased a possible fifth season, telling reporters, "We're plugging along".

David Cross & Portia de Rossi Together Again on
David Cross & Portia de Rossi Together Again on"Arrested Development

It's official! Arrested Development is a go! At the very least, we know Jeffrey Tambor is available, because he sure as hell isn't here for this Hellboy reboot nonsense. Creator Mitch Hurwitz shared with reporters during the streaming service's summer Television Critics Association press tour last July that the wheels were in motion.

"There's always money in the banana stand". "I think we found a way to create the compensation structure for all the actors and create a work matrix so they can still make movies and do other things and it will all integrate".

Below, watch a YouTube fan edit of Arrested Development's beloved "chicken dance" scenes. Numerous best parts about the previous seasons came from the banter between the entire Bluth family, and that was largely missing from the fifth season. Now, 14 years after it first aired, the show is back with a fifth season.

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