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'Arrested Development' Season 5 (May 29)

Netflix
A redemption story waiting to happen – Arrested Development gets another chance at a worthy comeback, after the underwhelming flop reunion from 2013. So fans will be rooting for this fifth season (17 episodes!) to be worthy of the canon. Expect more interaction with the full ensemble, right down to David Cross' Tobias boasting, "I just blew myself for the first time in five years." Jeffrey Tambor (who has a lot more free time on his hands after his controversial departure from Transparent) returns as the family patriarch, alongside Jason Bateman, Porti de Rossi, Tony Hale, Will Arnett, Alia Shawkat and Michael Cera (his first time playing George Michael in a sadly post-George Michael world). But the one we're really impatient for is Jessica Walter as everybody's favorite loathsome Bluth, Lucille. Get this woman a vodka rocks and a piece of toast. RS

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