Arrested Development

I’m guessing you just blue yourself, because I did. Deadline Hollywood is reporting that Mitch Hurwitz made too much footage when filming the new Netflix-ordered Arrested Development, so they’re just going to make Netflix buy more and extend the season from 10 episodes to 12-15. That’s right. They had so much good material, that they’re going to weave in new stories and work it all into a larger-than-anticipated block.

Production has suspended so that Hurwitz can review and re-plan for renewed filming in January. So far, the change does not seem like it will alter the release in March of all the episodes.

Feel free to celebrate by endlessly quoting the show in the comments section.

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