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'Arrested Development' trailer debuts online

It's the final countdown for the fourth season of "Arrested Development"--at least that's what the first-look trailer tells us.

Posted by Netflix on YouTube on Sunday, the trailer shows the bizarre Bluth family--including Michael (Jason Bateman), Gob (Will Arnett), Buster (Tony Hale), George (Jeffrey Tambor), Lucille (Jessica Walter), George-Michael (Michael Cera), Maeby (Ali Shawkat), Tobias (David Cross) and Lindsay (Portia de Rossi)--reuniting onscreen.

All 15 of the new episodes launch on Netflix on May 26. Returning guest stars include Mae Whitman, Judy Greer, Liza Minnelli and Carl Weathers.

The trailer features a couple of birds, an awkward cousin moment, an illusion (and Gob dining in a towel), a car with some stairs, Europe's "The Final Countdown" and, what else, Lucille yelling and Buster wimpering.

Fox aired the first three seasons of "Arrested Development" but it was canceled due to low ratings. Following years of fan anticipation for a movie or some kind of revival, Netflix announced last year it would make a home for the show.

Are you excited for more "Arrested Development?"


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