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Arrested Development: Character Posters & Exclusive Clip Released!

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04/27/2013 2:22 am
Arrested Development: Character Posters & Exclusive Clip Released!

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Jamie Harsip

Staff Writer

It’s almost here! Netflix’s exclusive encore season of Arrested Development arrives in almost exactly one month! We’ve gotten some new stuff over the last two days that has only made us more excited. Yesterday a brand new batch of 9 character posters was released, and they look great. Talk about nostalgia! There’s just something so comforting about Will Arnett in a velvet suit doing card tricks (illusions!) and Tony Hale with a hook for a hand, don’t you think?

But it gets better - today Entertainment Weekly released an exclusive first clip of the upcoming fourth season of Arrested Development! This clip was screened during SXSW and during panels at the Television Critics Associated Winter Press Tour, but this is the first time it’s been made available to the public. Evidently this is an outtake of a scene that will appear sometime within the show’s 15-episode season. It features Buster and Lucille, being their usual “Mother Boy” selves. It seems that Lucille has found a way to break her building’s no-smoking rule without violating her ankle monitor’s no-balcony rule. It sounds like our favorite TV family is back to their usual hi-jinks, doesn’t it?

Arrested Development season 4 streams on Netflix starting May 26th! Until then, you can use Netflix to catch up on the first three seasons!

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