Arrested Development season 5
It only took five years, but the Bluths are back — and probably more self-consumed than ever. Arrested Development returns to Netflix on May 29 with a fifth-season of truly dysfunctional family comedy. Among the high jinks: Lindsay (Portia de Rossi) is running for Congress, and the Bluths are giving themselves an award, and, as you can see, Buster (Tony Hale) is giving Michael (Jason Bateman) a pointed scare. Want to know what else to expect? Scroll ahead and let us give you a hand.
Maeby (Alia Shawkat) is faking her way through something again.
Gob (Will Arnett) is setting the stage for his parents, Lucille (Jessica Walter) and George Sr. (Jeffrey Tambor), to receive an award they don’t deserve.
Lindsay Bluth (Portia de Rossi), accidental politician and woman behind the wall.
George Michael (Michael Cera), living classic again.
Terribly coiffed Tobias (David Cross) seems to be making the same point that Michael is, but probably less convincingly.
Bluth family meeting. This can’t be good.
Netflix has released the first trailer for season 5 of Arrested Development. Click here to see 90 seconds of Bluth foolery.