Celebrating their debut album’s 25th anniversary.
The hip-hop trailblazers are headed to our shores this August.
Arrested Development fans were foaming from the mouth for the latest season of the comedy series created by Mitchell Hurwitz. Season 3 wrapped in early 2006 and it wasn’t until this Sunday, 26th May that season 4 was released in its entirety and exclusively on Netflix. As you’d expect the 7-year wait had viewers anticipation
The first trailer for Arrested Development season 4 has been released online, serving as a reintroduction to the Bluth family and offering hints of high jinks without revealing any of the precious plotlines that are so crucial to the show. Season 4 is comprised of 15 new episodes featuring the original cast, but don’t expect
Season 4 of Arrested Development was officially announced last week, due to kick off on Netflix on 26th May, and the promo campaign continues with some unconventional character posters. As you can see in the below gallery, each character is represented by an object associated with them during previous seasons of the show, which makes
Cue your “blue myself” jokes. Producer Mitch Hurwitz has decreed that 15 – yes, FIFTEEN – new episodes of Arrested Development will be available exclusively on Netflix from Sunday, 26th May at 12:01 AM Pacific time (to be precise). Now we, like GOB, know what an erection feels like, Michael. As reported by Wired, the
How good is this! It has now been confirmed that Arrested Development will return for at least 14 more episodes, the first of which is to air on Netflix this coming May. Dean Lorey, writer for the series, confirmed almost 12 months ago that the original cast would be returning for a full new season
In celebration of breaking the big two zero, hip hop band Arrested Development have announced a run of Australian tour dates, stopping off at a whole bunch of major cities.
Dean Lorey, the writer of the hit TV show Arrested Development, has confirmed that the full original cast will return for the new series and a feature length film.
For the fourth year in a row, The Sydney Festival kicks off with a huge free open air event at key locations around the Sydney CBD. The festival is a three week event of music, performance and art, with hundreds events and will have over 250 000 thousand people in attendance. Opening night is a