By James Hibberd
Updated January 09, 2013 at 09:23 PM EST

Netflix finally confirmed, for reals, Arrested Development‘s long-rumored premiere date. Well, the show’s premiere month, at least.

The Bluths will return for their fourth season in May, the company’s content chief Ted Sarandos said.

The streaming service also confirmed there will be 14 episodes — and that all will be released at the same time. Netflix gave critics some brief glimpses of the show, including showing Gob Bluth on a cross.

The company also announced that Eli Roth’s new horror series Hemlock Grove will premiere on April 19. Check out its trailer here. (Sorry, no Arrested trailer … yet).

UPDATE: ‘Arrested Development’ cast and creator talk new episodes, unspool deleted scene at TCA panel