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Executive producer Brian Grazer says that the cult comedy series will return with 17 new episodes.
The 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' star confirms Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos' statement that a fifth season of the sitcom will be happening.
'Arrested Development' executive producer Ron Howard narrates the new opening credits for the Taylor Schilling-starring comedy.
Hurwitz has signed a multi-year production deal with the streaming giant to create and produce new original series.
Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi and series creator Mitch Hurwitz will stop by the Bravo TV show on Thursday, November 7.
'I'm working on the movie right now,' the show's creator Mitch Hurwitz confirms.
Executive producer Brian Grazer reveals that discussions are under way with the Internet streaming media to bring a fifth season of the cult comedy.
The company's CEO Reed Hastings says they are willing to do more episodes of the show if the cast and crew agree too.
Netflix's stock falls more than 6 percent on Tuesday as investors react to critics' reviews on the recently-released season 4 of the revived sitcom.
Hurwitz thanks public, 'with the exception of the haters, detractors etc.,' for giving him 'another chance to bring these characters to life.'
Claiming that 'there will be more to this story,' the Michael Bluth depicter says, 'There are plenty of questions that are left unanswered...which we will finish at some other time.'
Michael Bluth ruining a street decoration with his new car, Gob using a magic trick to woo a woman and an ostrich running around the house are some of the scenes previewed in the video.