"This is a breakup. This is a family. This isn’t some game," the actor said of the time.
Here is your Arrested Development update by the numbers. One murder, no masterminds, one premiere date for Part 2 of Season 5. Got that? Netflix said today that the eight new episodes of its ensemble comedy starring Jason Bateman et al. will start streaming on March 15. Check the poster here and some first-look photos below; the one above is new also: You can't handle the Bluth. Arrested Development returns March 15 pic.twitter.com/07UA4hJlgB -- Arrested Development…
Thomas Sadoski posted a selfie with "Arrested Development" actress Jessica Walter in May. Now his wife, Amanda Seyfried, is saying that it put him at a disadvantage.
Streaming service Netflix hosted an interactive exhibition that allowed fans to step into scenes from their favorite shows. The weekend-long event, titled "Because You Watched," promoted Netflix's original content as the two-week Emmy nomination period approaches its midpoint.
Fallout continues from this week's controversial interview with the cast of "Arrested Development." Netflix has canceled a planned press tour in the U.K. ahead of the show's upcoming fifth season as stars apologize to Jessica Walter.
Comments that Jason Bateman made defending Jeffrey Tambor's verbal harassment of their "Arrested Development" co-star Jessica Walter in an interview weren't well received — and Bateman says he got the message.
Kick off your Thursday with news about a "Bachelorette" star's sexual assault claim and Cynthia Nixon's plans to keep campaigning despite not making the cut.
Jessica Walter spoke about her own personal difficulties with “Arrested Development” co-star Jeffrey Tambor, who was recently ousted from his leading role on Amazon’s “Transparent” over sexual misconduct accusations, in an interview with the New York Times published Wednesday. Walter — who plays Lucille Bluth opposite TV husband Tambor as George Bluth Sr. on the quirky Netflix comedy — told the Times during a sit-down with the show’s cast ahead of the Season 5 premiere that she needed to “let go of being angry at him” after incidents they had on set. “Again, not to belittle it or excuse it or anything, but in the entertainment industry it is incredibly common to have people who are, in quotes, ‘difficult.’ … And what you learn is context,” Jason Bateman, who plays Michael Bluth, said when the topic of Tambor’s treatment of Walter came up.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE:</strong> Having been tossed from Amazon's <em>Transparent</em> over sexual harassment claims, Jeffrey Tambor is looking to jump back into this year's Emmys thanks to Netflix and the return of <em> Arrested Development</em>. With the first portion of a fifth season of the award-winning Mitch Hurwitz created series launching on the streamer on May 29, Netflix has submitted Tambor for Outstanding Supporting Actor in A Comedy Series just before the TV Academy's cut-off mark, Deadline has…
When the "Arrested Development" cast gathered to discuss the new season, Jeffrey Tambor addressed allegations of sexual misconduct brought against him.
On the heels of Cameron Diaz's retirement news, another 45-year-old actress, Portia de Rossi, has announced she is quitting acting too.
Netflix announced Monday that Season 5 of “Arrested Development” will be released on May 29. As this Netflix (semi) original series returns on May 29th, the Bluths are back together, and finally getting the award they think they deserve – for family of the year. A development which will help Lindsay as she begins her campaign for Congress, to become “part of the problem.” But whatever happens, Michael will always come back to save the family.
George Bluth Sr. will be back. Despite the swirl of harassment allegations against him, actor Jeffrey Tambor will appear in the upcoming fifth season of “Arrested Development,” Variety has learned. A Netflix spokesperson confirmed the news about “Arrested,” which is set to return to the streaming service later this month. Speculation had been rampant about […]
The next season of “Arrested Development” should be here momentarily. In an open letter posted to the official “Arrested Development” Twitter account Tuesday, series creator Mitch Hurwitz said that he had “TWO exciting updates about Netflix and the series” to make.
Peter Dinklage talks about his upcoming Super Bowl spot, which sees him spitting scorching rhymes opposite Morgan Freeman, and about his own punk rock past.
Alia Shawkat stopped by "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" to show the host drawings she did of Donald Trump six years ago, when he was just your average billionaire reality TV star.
We’re pretty sure Balboa Bay Window just found its next cover photo. Tony Hale on Tuesday tweeted a selfie with Jessica Walter from the set of Arrested Development‘s fifth season, currently in production, offering our first look at Buster and Lucille Bluth’s long-awaited reunion. (And we do mean long-awaited. Seriously, it’s been more than four years since the […]
Fans of <em>Arrested Development </em>will be happy to hear that the fifth season of the cult comedy is well on its way to Netflix. Actor Jason Bateman took to Twitter to let fans know that the upcoming season is officially happening by tweeting a photo of a very familiar-looking living room with the caption, “Here comes trouble. The Bluths move back in on the 8th.” Here comes trouble. The Bluths move back in on the 8th. pic.twitter.com/0PF7ZqkmWM — Jason Bateman…
In new spoof, Nerdist crosses footage of Harrison Ford from original 'Star Wars' with 'Arrested Development' narration from 'Han Solo' director Ron Howard
A group of actors dressed as White Walkers invaded central London and walked over Tower Bridge and even posed in front of Buckingham Palace.
Arnett enjoys ribbing his friend, and that sometimes involves sending Bateman pictures from his teen idol days in the ‘80s, which Bateman may not appreciate.