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The Bluths are back.
That's what Mitch Hurwitz said Sunday. Speaking alongside former cast members of the long-cancelled Fox comedy "Arrested Development" at the New Yorker Festival, the creator/executive producer said the show will return for a mini-season of nine or 10 episodes before it's adapted into a feature film.
Series star Will Arnett seconded Hurwitz's pledge on his Twitter feed, @arnettwill, while, er, standing next to co-star Jason Bateman: "I'm peeing with @batemanjason at the moment ... and we can confirm that we are going to make new AD eps and a movie."
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Neither Fox's TV studio or broadcast network arm have announced this project; series co-producer Imagine Entertainment has also yet to confirm it.
Running on Fox over three seasons from 2003 - 2006, "Arrested Development" received six Emmy Awards and plenty of critical acclaim, but it could never establish a broad audience -- it topped out at about 6 million viewers in its third season.
Of course, where and when this reunion happens, and how it happens, are still question marks.