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Jason Bateman FINALLY signs up for Arrested Development season 5
15 May 2017, 12:44 | Felicia Parsons
Arrested Development Season 5 Is Closer Than Ever, Jason Bateman Says
Jason Bateman revealed on Friday that he has signed on for more episodes of "Arrested Development", which is set to film this summer. The Netflix-aired Season 4 debuted on May 26, 2013, with resultant mixed critical reviews ascribed to the comedy show's unlikely resurgence. Supposedly that will make it easier for the core cast to get together more often this season, which is good news for anyone who were unimpressed by the show's fourth season.
While the almost decade-long wait between Arrested Development's third and fourth seasons was comprised of "will they/won't they" teasing that would put most soap opera sexual tension to shame, it's been hard to remain invested in the cast's hints regarding a fifth installment of the Bluth Family saga. (After years of built-up expectations, some critics have attributed that as partly the fault of the original run's success.) Arrested Development boosted the careers of every member of its cast, particularly Bateman's.
Taking to Twitter, Bateman wrote; "Look very probable I'm going to put some miles on the Stair Car this summer".
As mentioned, there has been buzz surrounding a proposed Season 5 of Arrested Development for quite some time.
When the fourth season arrived four years ago, as excited as fans were, they were disappointed to find that the episodes focused on each of the characters mostly isolated to their own storylines, rarely crossing paths.
"We're very close", he said. All of the actors are quite busy with other work, including Jason Bateman. Now it sounds like real moves are being made behind the scenes to get Arrested Development season 5 off the ground.
Season five of Arrested Development is officially a go!
The series also stars Will Arnett, Portia de Rossi, Michael Cera, David Cross, Alia Shawkat, Tony Hale, Jeffrey Tambor and Jessica Walter.
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