Arrested Development‘s fifth season—and a chronological edit of season four—are coming very soon

The Bluth-invented holiday of Cinco de Cuatro this year arrives with a narrative gift even greater than Fantastic 4: An Action Musical. Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz today announced that this Friday, Netflix will premiere a new cut of his series fourth season. While the original edit was divided into 15 character-specific, chronologically-overlapping episodes—Rashomon-style, as Hurwitz somewhat generously calls it—this updated version will hew closer to the original format as 22 interwoven, straightforward episodes.

But what’s more exiting is that this new presentation for season four is apparently building up to the impending debut of Arrested Development‘s fifth season. Hurwitz wouldn’t yet give an exact date for when that will start streaming, but he did say it would be, “Like real soon. Like, if you knew when, you would not be wrong to be thinking, ‘Why are we all just hearing this now?'” That Netflix made the new season order official on May 18 of last year could also be a hint, but we’ll have to wait and see…

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