Here's When 'Arrested Development' Season 5 Is Coming Out

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With the remixing of Season 4, it seems like the show's creators are also acknowledging that experimenting with the format maybe wasn't as successful as they had hoped, and that Season 5 will be a return to form.

And good grief almighty, a trailer has just dropped, which gives us some tidbits of what's to come for those insane Bluths: (1) Lindsay's running for political office!

The long-awaited fifth season of "Arrested Development" now has a premiere date, and a brand new trailer to go along with it. Netflix confirmed the official debut of "Arrested Development: Season 5" with the trailer below, and fans won't even have to wait that long to see the new episodes. This new version re-edits the season with shorter episodes to resemble the show's first three seasons.

"The original season four of Arrested Development on Netflix, as some of you know, experimented with a Rashomon-style of storytelling - with each episode dedicated to the adventure of one member of the Bluth family", Hurwitz explained.

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Netflix released the first trailer for "Arrested Development" season five on Monday, which confirms when the season will drop on the streaming service: May 29.

"The goal was that by the end of the season, a unified story of cause and effect would emerge for the viewer - full of surprises about how the Bluths were responsible for most of the misery that they had endured".

Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, Portia de Rossi, David Cross, and Alia Shawkat will all return to reprise their roles on the show. "I guess 'if I could make some money'".