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The Arrested Development creator played Greendale's "ultimate party animal."
Written by Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant.
Lots of guest stars this season.
We chatted with the Arrested Development creator onstage last night at the New York Television Festival.
The next chapter is about the family coming back together.
Mitch Hurwitz recommends pacing yourself. Are you taking his advice?
Mitch Hurwitz tells all: Who decided Carl Weathers should be cheap? Why the Blue Man Group? And has anyone ever eaten a mayonegg?
“It’s a comedy! It’s not like Lord of the Rings. Comedy takes a lot out of you.”
"You gotta watch them in order," says Mitch Hurwitz. "Turns out I was not successful in creating a form where the setup follows the punch line."
"Let's just enjoy this for now."
Netflix will make fourteen episodes available at once. Plan accordingly.
"You don't see them all together until you see the movie," Mitch Hurwitz says.
Six lucky superfans will appear in the upcoming season.
The show's creator, in his first interview since production on the series resumed.
The man in this photo is writing the fourth season. He swears.
Everything's coming up Arrested!
Like, Mitch Hurwitz explains an erection joke to a young Michael Cera.
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