They may get to, if plans are finalized to produce another season of the cult comedy favorite for
Series executive producer Brian Grazer, in an interview with Bloomberg Television at the Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, said, "We are in conversations with them to do another. They are interested in doing that."
With another season of the much-loved series a possibility, plans for a proposed "Arrested Development" movie may be pushed further into the future.
An appetite for more episodes from Netflix would seem to indicate that the series transplant from network TV to online was a success. Though Netflix has not released any numbers for how many people watched the new season of "Arrested Development," the company is expected to report second-quarter results, including subscriber figures, on July 22.
So far, Netflix has given second-season orders to all of its original series: "Lilyhammer,"