The hit show "Arrested Development" will now stream on Canadian Netflix when it comes out with new seasons, it was revealed.
The series, which stars Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Michael Cera, David Cross, and Ron Howard, announced Monday that the fourth season will be available on Netflix Canada after it was originally not supposed to be (FOX was going to run it exclusively in the States). Rather than be uploaded one episode at a time, the season will appear in its entirety during the New Year.
Also, rumours have been swirling that a big-screen flick may also be in the works for the popular Bluth family.
The show was taken off of the air back in 2006 and fans have been clamoring for it to return ever since.
The first three seasons of the show are currently available on Netflix Canada. Since launching in Canada in September 2010, Netflix has continued to increase the scope and quality of content available to its members. In recent months additions have included TV series like the supernatural drama "The Vampire Diaries," mystery thriller "Pretty Little Liars," comedy "Community," and Judd Apatow's cult favorite "Freaks & Geeks" as well as features like global blockbuster smash "The Hunger Games," starting on December 31st.