Published On: Mon, Dec 31st, 2012

‘Arrested Development’ set to return in May with 14 episodes

New Year’s Eve brought one sure highlight for 2013: details of the fourth season of Arrested Development, reportedly arriving in the spring with “at least” ten episodes.

The series will arrive on Netflix, and there’s a list of all fourteen(!) episode titles.

As reported by Bleeding Cool, the release date and episode listing for Season 4 of Arrested Development were initially posted on the Fox Fast press site. The information was quickly taken down, but ONTD was able to pick up the details before they disappeared.

According to them, the new season will debut in its entirety on May 4, 2013 in the U.S., the U.K., and Canada.

Here’s the list of episodes:

Michael 1
Michael 2
George Sr. 1
George Sr. 2
Lindsay 1
Lindsay 2
George Michael 1
George Michael 2
Gob 2

The titles fit with previous reports that each episode would center around a specific character, with some getting more attention than others.


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