Hurwitz thanks public, 'with the exception of the haters, detractors etc.,' for giving him 'another chance to bring these characters to life.'
Mitch Hurwitz celebrates "Arrested Development" return on Netflix after years of absence with a handwritten note on Facebook. "I am writing on behalf of everyone who has worked so hard to bring back a show that's very special to us to say thank you for your ardent support of this show, with the exception of the haters, detractors etc.," he begins.
"We are all so grateful for another chance to bring these characters to life and could not have dones (sic) so without your consistent effort to 'spread the word' about it. Although obviously in the case of the enemies, the words you spread were 'don't watch this show!'," the creator continues his message, poking fun at the haters.
"You know I probably shouldn't have even included them in the salutation - but I'm writing this in ink + making all sorts of mistakes. Did you notice the 's' at the end of the word 'done'?" he additionally makes fun of his own typo before any grammar freak could lash out at his error.
"Anyway, it's been our great joy to bring this to you on Netflix," he gushes, warning fans not to watch the episodes out of order. "But really this is yours now. Except for the obvious copyright issues. And you need to subscribe to Netflix. So it's not completely yours, I guess," he concludes.