An additional eight episodes joins “Arrested Development”s fifth season (with eight episodes previously released in May 2018), but it’s somehow even worse than any of
For most of its running time, this sequel to the surprise juggernaut it just as original and clever as its predecessor. Like the first movie
After an underwhelming fourth season, “Arrested Development” returns with a fifth season that seems cheaply made up of unused leftovers. All the problems that plagued
Released ahead of the fifth season ostensibly as a sort of mea culpa following the tepid response to the highly anticipated fourth season on Netflix,
This was the final season of the brilliant, hilarious sitcom’s original run, and the rather rushed production (as a result of a reduced episode order
It’s a downright miracle that this second season to Fox’s “Arrested Development” is just as extraordinarily written, acted and organized as the brilliant first season.