TV & FILM
brian-mcgee - May 2, 2018
People get down on the fourth season of Arrested Development, but I say give me slightly subpar AD over virtually any other show in existence. It was an experiment necessitated by the suddenly busy scheduling of the show's various lead actors, and while it didn't totally work, it contained enough great stuff that I'd grade it a B+ at worst.
One of the most rational arguments against the season's greatness was each episode's focus on one character's entire arc. This is going to be rectified via a chronological re-edit of the season by creator Mitch Hurwitz, being released on Netflix this Friday, not coincidentally Cinco de Cuatro. Hurwitz released this announcement on the show's official Twitter page...
On the next... Arrested Development pic.twitter.com/NjP26k9KE7
— Arrested Development (@arresteddev) May 1, 2018
So yeah, season four wasn't perfect like the first two seasons, but it was more or less right on par with season three, and I feel this remix of the series will appease some of the haters and certainly improve its position among the fans.Personally, I'll be watching this the minute I get home from work on Friday, I can't wait.
And hey, did you see in the announcement where he said that Season 5 is closer than we think? Pretty cool, huh?
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