First Netflix brought us the latest episodes of Breaking Bad and today it’s revealed that it’ll be the exclusive UK and Ireland home to the new season of Fox’s INCREDIBLE comedy, Arrested Development. Now you must all do a chicken dance. GO.
The new season will premiere in early 2013, which seems disgustingly far away, but the first three seasons are available right now, so we’d suggest watching them on repeat until the new ones arrive.
There are also a few other Twentieth Century Fox comedy series heading our way, including Modern Family and The League, as well as dramas like Lie to Me and The Killing.
Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s Chief Content Officer, said:
“Arrested Development is one of the finest American comedies in TV history and we are incredibly excited to bring it back for British and Irish fans.
“As today’s announcement with Twentieth Century Fox clearly shows, we’re continuing to add all kinds of great content for our UK and Ireland to enjoy when and how they want it.”
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