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As you’ve no doubt heard by now, Arrested Development is back, with Season 4 made exclusively for Netflix. The whole season is now available for subscribers to stream, and it’s well worth watching. Take my word for it. But is Arrested Development, alongside other original Netflix series, enough to disrupt the television industry?
Arrested Development Season 4 Review
I have to say I really enjoyed Season 4 of Arrested Development. The first few episodes are confusing and not all that funny, but that’s because of the way the season is edited so that the lives of the Bluth clan intertwine with each other throughout the 15 episodes.
This season looks and feels as good as the previous seasons, with no drop-off in terms of budget or performance. Having individual episodes devoted to particular characters works, but with some more than others.
In the end this season of Arrested Development is a different animal than the previous seasons, with a story arc which takes seven hours to be fully realized. In this way it has more in common with Mad Men, another show that gives its characters room to breathe.