Full cast of ‘Arrested Development’ confirmed to return for new series and film
The new series of Arrested Development will feature the show’s full original cast, writer Dean Lorey has confirmed. It was confirmed late last year that the cult comedy show would be returning for both another run on television and a big screen adaptation, but there were some doubts over which members of the cast would return.
However, writing on his blog Deanlorey.com, the writer confirmed that the original cast would be returning and that the show was currently being written. He also said that the show would premiere on Netflix sometime next year.
He wrote under the title of ‘Arrested Development: New Season’: “We’re really doing this thing. Mitch Hurwitz, Jim Vallely and I are off writing the new season of Arrested Development to premiere on Netflix in 2013. The original cast is back. There are offices and parking spaces. We’re shooting this year. I wish I could give more specifics but, for the moment, even the schedule is being kept under wraps. But it’s happening and it’s great to be back with my pals from the show. More later as it becomes okay to release further details.”
Amy: I genuinely knew from the minute I met Tina that she would be a big star. That whatever she wanted to do, she would do really well. She was always incredibly driven, and incredibly talented and… that combo plus a little luck and tons of plastic surgery and you got yourself a winner.
Seth: Yeah. That’s the cocktail, the success cocktail. […] Amy said it best, but you know, she’s obviously incredibly talented, but her work ethic is sort of second to none. And I think that’s what you learn, just to always be looking for a better joke.
Amy: And seeing how hard she worked made me realize that I could work less. So I depended on her to do a lot of work for me.
Seth: And then when I took over for Tina, I realized how much I had to work because Amy had become really comfortable with barely working.
Amy: That’s very true. And so we all had to adjust, didn’t we?
Seth: Well, you didn’t adjust at all.
Amy: No, I didn’t. I’m too tired.
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