Arrested Development

'Arrested Development' Returns, Semioticians Rejoice! | 19 Mar 2012 // 6:00 PM

The misuse of communication theory drives much of Arrested Development's humor.

Part 5 - Beyond the Envelope | 11 Oct 2007 // 6:00 PM

The format forced the issue among cult and commercial products. And TV on DVD highlighted the cream of the creative, forward thinking crop.


Bees and Birds and Bluths, Oh My...: 'Arrested Development' Season 4 | 18 Jun 2013 // 6:10 PM

Torn apart, but narratively stitched back together through the affection of its fans and creators, the Bluths and Arrested Development hang suspended in a moment of disrepair, the beating heart of their sorrow exposed, but yearning always to reconnect.

In Defense of the Return of 'Arrested Development' | 13 May 2013 // 6:30 PM

In theory, it shouldn't be hard for those who care about Arrested Development's comeback to actually root for it to succeed.


Arrested Development: Season 3 | 10 Sep 2006 // 7:00 PM

As an epitaph, there can be none more fitting than the fact that Arrested Development never stooped to conquer. Its influence will be felt for generations to come.

Arrested Development | 20 Feb 2006 // 7:00 PM

Arrested Development went down uncompromised, with guns a-blazing and showing no remorse over its own potential demise.


'Arrested Development' Is Back… But I Am Still Thirsty | 29 May 2013 // 3:00 AM

What was always subversive and exciting about Arrested Development was its ability to be so offbeat, so irreverent, and so clever within the confines of a 22-minute block of network TV.

'Arrested Development' Season 4 Trailer & Banana Stand Pics | 17 May 2013 // 5:00 AM

Grab your denim cutoffs, the Bluth Family is returning whether you like it or not.


New ‘Arrested Development’: What to Expect | 9 Jan 2013 // 10:37 PM

PASADENA, Calif. — Sometimes you can go home again. The creator and cast of “Arrested Development” were reunited Wednesday at the Television Critics Association’s winter

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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