Fans of the Emmy Award-winning television comedy “Arrested Development” are in for some good news. One of the show’s producers has announced that they are all set to make seventeen more episodes.
On a special installment of the B.S Report with Bill Simmons, where Simmons himself discusses pop culture with celebrities, Brian Grazer, executive producer, casually announced the news. He first acknowledged the fans of “Arrested Development,” who he thinks are very loyal to the show.
“We’re going to do another 17 episodes,” he then said, “so, stay tuned for ‘Arrested Development.'”
The show aired for two seasons and a half from 2003 to 2006. It was cancelled shortly after, but Netflix revived it for season number four in May 2013.
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