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'Arrested Development' Season 4 First Trailer: The Dysfunctional Family Is Back

May 13, 2013 (7:17 am) GMT
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.
'Arrested Development' Season 4 First Trailer: The Dysfunctional Family Is Back

Nexflix has unleashed the first trailer for "" season 4, giving a look at new footage from the show. Returning after seven years, the Bluth family shows more weird behaviors as hinted in the video.

Michael seemingly has just returned from a trip and buys a new car, which will at least attract attention when it doesn't ruin a street decoration. Gob is showing off his magic trick in front of a woman at a bar and shows some skin on stage.

All 15 new episodes of "Arrested Development" season 4 will be available on Netflix on Sunday, May 26 starting at 12:01 A.M. PDT. The original cast, including , , and , returns, with a hefty list of guest stars namely , , , and set to appear.

Series creator/executive producer Mitchell Hurwitz said of the new season, "This year is about the enduring entanglements of family. They are 10 years older than when we met, so that means emotionally they're, like, two years older than we met them. Amazing things happen when one goes from being emotionally 12 years old to emotionally being 14 years old."



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