"Arrested Development" has added two new actors to Season 4. According to Zap2It, "Bachelorette" star Isla Fisher and "The Newsroom" actor Terry Crews will appear in the new Netflix season.
Both Fisher and Crews have begun filming and will interact with the Bluth family. Together, they join "Mad Men's" John Slattery as new additions to the cast. Returning recurring players include Judy Greer as Kitty Sanchez, Liza Minneilli as Lucille Austero, Henry Winkler as Barry Zuckerkorn and Scott Baio as Bob Loblaw. Executive producer/narrator Ron Howard will also appear as himself.
Inanimate returning stars include GOB's segway and the Bluth family stair car.
Howard recently praised Mitch Hurwitz and the show's revival to The Huffington Post. "I think it's great and that the writing is great. It's very bold. I'm very proud of Mitch [Hurwitz]," Howard said. "You know it's not going off into some place that's going to alienate people who love those characters, but it's just going to further enrich their interest in these characters, and the way these characters make us all laugh. I think he's really done something great. The cast is so excited about it. And it's cool and fun to get back in that groove, it's also pushing the boundaries from a story standpoint, character standpoint, and a comedic standpoint in a way that really inspires them. So it doesn't feel like some opportunistic reunion, it feels like the next iteration of it all."
"Arrested Development" returns with new episodes on Netflix in the spring of 2013.
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