First stop: Netflix. Next stop: Hollywood!
The ahead-of-its-time comedy series that pretty much shaped what every comedy series would be like after it (the ones without a laugh track, anyway), "Arrested Development" premiered on FOX on Nov. 2, 2003 and ran for three seasons before calling it quits on Feb. 10, 2006. That was about three seasons too few for the show's legion of fans, and now Netflix has come to the rescue with the long-awaited fourth season of "Arrested Development," which premiered on May 26.
In honor of the return of the lovable and beyond-dysfunctional Bluth clan, we're looking even further into the series' future and thinking big -- as in big-screen kind of big. See below.