Arrested Development officially returns May 29, and they've released a fantastic trailer to go with it!
It's a fantastic treat after last weeks re-release of the 4th season with a new “remixed” 22-episode, linear storytelling format (aka in the original form of seasons 1-3) and now that the fifth season will be available at the end of May, it's just in time to still be eligible to compete in the for the 2018 Emmy Awards.
Per Variety, this is what we know so far about the Season 5:
In the fifth season of “Arrested Development,” Lindsay (Portia de Rossi) will run for Congress to become “part of the problem. This leads the family to reunite to shoot footage for her campaign videos. And the “new new beginning” sees them sticking together this time because they think they’re getting an award for “family of the year.”
But while some things have changed — Buster (Tony Hale) has a new robotic hand and Maeby (Alia Shawkat) takes on a couple of new hairdos — some things are tried and true: Michael (Jason Bateman) still threatens to leave the family for good and Tobias (Cross) still appears to be chasing his acting dreams, this time seemingly attempting to portray Michael.