‘Arrested Development’
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‘Arrested Development’: Meet the cast

“Arrested Development” streams on Netflix starting May 26. The show took a seven-year break before being revived by the company.

Here, producer Mitchell Hurwitz, left, producer Brian Grazer, actor Will Arnett, actor Jeffrey Tambor, actress Alia Shawkat, actor Michael Cera, actress Jessica Walter, actress Portia de Rossi, actor Tony Hale, actor Jason Bateman, actor David Cross and Ted Sarandos, chief content officer of Netflix arrive at the Los Angeles premiere. (Michael Buckner /Getty Images)
Jeffrey Tambor, left, plays patriarch George Bluth, whose business escapades leave the family business in jeopardy. His “nice guy” middle son Michael, played by Jason Batemen, right, is forced to keep his family together.  (Michael Buckner /Getty Images)
Jason Batemen is joined by his wife, Amanda Anka. His character is last seen fleeing from his family with his son. (John Shearer / Associated Press)
Will Arnett plays the eldest Bluth child, magician-illusionist Gob. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Tony Hale plays Buster, the youngest of the Bluth siblings and a mama’s boy. He loses his hand in the show to a loose seal. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Portia de Rossi plays Lindsay Bluth. For much of the series she was believed to be Michael’s twin sister, but it turned out she was adopted and her real name is Nelly. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Actress Amber Tamblyn with husband David Cross, who plays Lindsay Bluth’s possibly gay husband, Tobias Funke. (John Shearer / Associated Press)
Jessica Walter plays conspiratorial (and perpetually drunk) matriarch Lucille Bluth, who has a penchant for fine living and Oscar, her husband’s twin brother, also played by Jeffrey Tambor. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Alia Shawkat and Michael Cera play Maeby Funke and George Michael Bluth. They are cousins who have a “dangerous” long-running love affair, which is somewhat alleviated when they finally learn that they’re not blood relatives. George Michael ran the family’s banana stand, and Maeby moonlighted as a big-shot movie studio exec. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Mae Whitman plays George Michael’s ultra-religious ex-girlfriend who ultimately starts dating his uncle Gob. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Judy Greer plays patriarch George Bluth’s former secretary and mistress Kitty Sanchez. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images)
Tony Hale, left, and Michael Cera pose with Ed Begley Jr. Begley Jr. plays Bluth rival Stanley Sitwell, who suffers from alopecia and is probably Lindsay Bluth’s real father. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Tony Hale and Jessica Walter play one of the most dysfunctional codependent pairs on the show.  (Kevin Winter, Getty Images)
Alia Shawkat, left, and Mae Whitman play the young ladies of George Michael’s affections. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)