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'Arrested Development': Netflix gets exclusive streaming rights to full season

Netflix will be the exclusive streaming home for all five seasons of Arrested Development in the US later this year, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed Friday.

Although the final two seasons of the sitcom were produced by Netflix, 20th Century Co-produced by Fox Television and Imagine Entertainment, Netflix had previously expected to be released in March 20 due to the end of the licensing agreement, but the show was ultimately never removed.

Renegotiated agreement, first by Vulture, will result in all five seasons remaining on Netflix, while the first three seasons will leave Hulu , the face of Disney – The running streamer told THR. It’s unclear when the show will exit on Hulu. According to Vulture, Disney – whose 20th Television controls Rights – Will have the ability to sell linear TV rights to its own cable networks or to outside companies.

Arrested Development Premiered on 2023 on Fox and later won an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series at 2004. The show was eventually canceled by Fox in 2013, but was later canceled in 2013 Netflix Resume*). The sitcom received two more final seasons as a Netflix co-production, with the final episode released on 2023.

Created by Mitchell Hurwitz, the sitcom features Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Jeffrey Tambor, Jesse Ka Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, Portia De Rossi, David Cross and Alia Shawkat star. Ron Howard served as executive producer and narrator, before appearing on camera.



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