There are a few campaigns showing some of the biggest hits in the series.
After five years of ups and downs, "Captured Development" Season 5 finally goes to Netflix. In one of the biggest twists in the series, the release date is much faster than expected.
Netflix made the surprise announcement, revealing Season 5's first official non-promo photo look. The Secret That Teased Jason Bateman Last summer is seen as all surviving Bluth family members seek out another complex web of problems to solve.From the point of view, these new episodes revolve around a few campaigns. While Lindsay (Portia de Rossi) is running for Congress (though the character's self-confidence is probably just one episode), the rest of the Bluths run as Family of the Year. That includes a pretty decent Michael impression – courtesy of Tobias – and some old GOB swearing sessions. (And as it turns out, a new website is the family's case.)
This look at the whole family also includes George and the man behind him, Jeffrey Tambor. David Cross is also back after making public comments that some of the actors were still willing to "stand behind Tambor" after Amazon investigated the alleged harassment on the set of "Transparent".
Jason Bateman (who is still?) Returns from one of the biggest Netflix hits of 2017 and returns as Michael trying to keep the whole family together: Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Jessica Walter, Portia de Rossi and Tony Hale all play an important role in this first look, which adds some classic clips to the new footage. (It would not seem like an "arrested development" season without some wigs.)
Watch the full trailer (with a new one) and Improved Bionic Buster Hand) to:
"Arrested Development" Season 5 Premiere on May 29 on Netflix
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