Earlier this month, we reported that Season 4 of Arrested Development will feature anywhere between 12 and 15 episodes, an upgrade from the original 10-episode order on Netflix. Today, we have word that the season will debut on May 4, featuring 14 episodes that will all be available on the premiere date.
In case you don't have a calendar handy, May 4 is a Saturday, so Arrested Development fans can spend the entire weekend catching up with the Bluth clan.
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