Netflix has taken the wraps off its plans for the resurrected cult comedy "Arrested Development." The Los Angeles Times’ Show Tracker reports that the online-streaming company will bring back the series in May, with all 14 episodes rolling out at once.
The comedy will return after ending its first run seven years ago. Following the Bluth family, the show originally was on Fox from 2003-2006.
Netflix content chief Ted Sarandos, who spoke at the Television Critics Association press tour, didn’t specify the date in May for the show’s return.
While all 14 new episodes will roll out at once, creator Mitch Hurwitz said he will have a recommended order in which viewers should watch the shows, the story adds.