Metro’s Thursday night TV breakdown.
Two months after Netflix launched Season 4 of “Arrested Development,” we’re still talking about the return of the Bluth family and if we’ll get to see more of their adventures.
Michael Cera discusses making his new film “Crystal Fairy,” a low-budget comedy about an Ugly American trying to take mescaline in Chile.
Michael Cera tries to shed his nice image by playing a brusque Ugly American in “Crystal Fairy,” but is upstaged by Gaby Hoffmann as an unhinged hippie.
Fans of cult comedy “Arrested Development” were pleasantly surprised when Netflix produced a fourth season of the show. Now they may get a fifth as well.
Upon the Bluth family’s return this past weekend, the “Arrested Development” cast discuss plots and jokes so intricate, they didn’t even get them at first.
Internet video streaming service, Netflix, will release the 15-episode season of “Arrested Development” at 12:01 a.m. PST on Sunday.
With the fourth season of Arrested Development premiering this Sunday on Netflix, we cannot wait to witness our beloved dysfunctional [...]
We may remember 2013 as the year of victory laps. From “Arrested Development” to Daft Punk, what wasn’t huge during its time is returning to great fanfare.
It was the Bluth Banana Stand’s last day in New York City today and all the Never Nudes stopped by [...]