Ready for a little "Arrested Development" scoop? Thanks to "Workaholics" actor Adam DeVine new details have emerged about the first episode of the revived series.
"[Michael] is trying to get out of town and I work at the airline that he's trying to get at," DeVine told E! Online. "And I'm totally inept. I don't know how to print a ticket or get his bags on the plane, so he's having a hard time with me."
Jason Bateman tweeted a photo from the first day of filming and accidentally included DeVine and his "Workaholics" co-stars, revealing that they were making cameos in the new season. Additionally, paparazzi images of Bateman and co-stars Portia de Rossi and David Cross at the airport emerged.
"Arrested Development" is being revived on Netflix for a fourth season six years after Fox canceled the series. All of the main cast is returning to the project, including executive producer and narrator Ron Howard.
"I think it's great and that the writing is great. It's very bold," Howard told The Huffington Post. "I'm very proud of Mitch [Mitchell Hurwitz]. 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."
No official premiere date for "Arrested Development" has been announced, but Netflix has confirmed spring of 2013 is the targeted time-frame.
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