Ladies and gentleman, "Arrested Development" Season 4 is officially in production. Thank series star Jason Bateman for the first photo from the set, despite its vagueness.
Will Arnett revealed Season 4 of the cult-hit series would begin filming on Tues., Aug. 7 after more than six years off the air. Netflix has revived the canceled Fox series for a 10-episode Season 4 set to debut in 2013 with a feature film following the misadventures of the dysfunctional Bluth family to follow. The first episode of the new season will follow Bateman's character Michael Bluth, series executive producer Ron Howard revealed on Twitter.
First day. Away we go... twitter.com/batemanjason/s…— Jason Bateman (@batemanjason) August 7, 2012
Howard retweeted Bateman's tweet and added, "I dropped by for a visit. Great vibe."
Comedy Central reblogged the photo on their Tumblr and said, "Adam and Ders on AD? Taste the happy, Michael!" referring to "Workaholics" actors Anders Holm and Adam DeVine. What's going on? We don't know, but we're excited nonetheless. Bateman previously tweeted photos of Michael Cera, his TV son, on set of the new "Arrested Development" season.
Though there are no details yet about what's to come in "Arrested Development" Season 4, but we have hopes. Click through the slideshow below.
The Chicken Dance
Years later, the Bluths probably still haven't seen an actual chicken.
We don't know if Gene Parmesan will return (we can only hope), but nevertheless, Lucille's reactions have become one of the show's legacies.
Even just a cameo appearance would be swell. Lucille Austero (and her vertigo) fell into our hearts all those years ago.
Sure prosthetic body parts have come a long way since "Arrested Development" wrapped up, but Buster and his hook are a match made in comedy heaven.
We assume the Bluths would probably still hire Barry.
Plant -- um, Ann -- would be a nice joke to revive.
Can we hear this, at least once? Please?