Arrested Development is coming back to the small screen after seven years off air — and now a new trailer promoting the sitcom’s fourth season has made its way online.
The minute and thirty-eight seconds clip features the onscreen reunification of the quirky Bluth family — including Michael (played by Jason Bateman), Lindsay (Portia de Rossi), Gob (Will Arnett), George-Michael (Michael Cera) and other members.
Last year, to the delight of the show’s cult following, Netflix announced that Arrested Development would be making a comeback under its wing.
Originally, Fox aired the first three seasons of the series from 2003 to 2006, but the network eventually canceled it due to low ratings and viewership. For years fans waited in anticipation for a series revival or feature film, and now the wait is over.
Beginning on May 26, all 15 thirty minute episodes of the fourth season of Arrested Development will be available on Netflix.
Watch the trailer below, to see what shenanigans to expect in season 4, and let us know what you think about Arrested Development’s comeback in the comment section.