Arrested Development's Return Is No Illusion

Rice, Lynette; D'ARMINIO, AUBRY
October 2011
Entertainment Weekly;10/14/2011, Issue 1176/1177, p24
The article reports that the company 20th Century Fox Television and television producer Mitchell Hurwitz will produce a limited 10-episode version of the television comedy "Arrested Development" to be broadcast on cable television in the fall of 2012.


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