Will Arnett may be busy with his starring role on "Up All Night," but he's also involved with this other little cult-favorite show that's been getting a lot of buzz lately. On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Arnett talked about what it was like to get back together with the cast of "Arrested Development" to film new episodes.
"You know who’s great to see and work with? Nobody," he quipped.
In reality, he said that it was a lot of fun. And perhaps more surprising, it was easy to fall back into those roles, despite how long it had been since they'd played the Bluths. "Arrested Development" was cancelled by Fox in 2006. The series is being revived with 13 new episodes for Netflix, which will premiere in Spring 2013.
"Took us about 30 seconds to just all be right back in the same place," he said. "It is kind of like getting back together for the holidays with your family."
Fans of "Arrested Development" are certainly hoping so, as they wait to spend more time with the Bluths next year. In the meantime, Will Arnett can be seen on "Up All Night," Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC. Catch "Jimmy Kimmel Live" weeknights at 12 a.m. ET on ABC.
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