It's been a long wait for fans of the short-lived but critically acclaimed series "Arrested Development," but the comedy's highly anticipated fourth season debuts May 26 on Netflix. The first full trailer finally appeared late Sunday night, and by the looks of it, the dysfunctional Bluth family hasn't changed a bit since we last saw them in 2006.
Set to "The Final Countdown," the trailer gives viewers taste of the antics the Bluths will experiencing this season, including an ostrich, plenty of Gob-style "illusions," and the return of Judy Greer as Kitty the secretary.
According to Indiewire, the unusual format for this season means that each episode will revolve around one of the main characters. Jessica Walter, who plays Bluth matriarch Lucille, said only two scenes from the entire season will feature the entire cast.
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