Today they share with us a new video for “Corporate Elect”. Director Mikee Goodman says, “This video has been my biggest creative challenge yet. I had never previously met Jaz Coleman, but I was blown away by the powerful and passionate performance he delivered. I did not sleep properly for five weeks. Now I have, I have looked at it again with fresh eyes. And smiled.”
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He was there with everyone from the main cast for a special Bluth family reunion/panel discussion. In preparation for the new season, which premieres in its entirety on Netflix later this month, The New Yorker recently posted full video of the event on its website. If you have an hour and a half to spare, do watch it. Hurwitz and the cast (along with Ron Howard, who continues his role as a disembodied voice) discuss the process of making the show, their favorite moments, influences, and why Tobias’ mustache created a touch-and-go situation. They conclude by once again demonstrating that few members of the House of Bluth have ever seen a chicken.