Arrested Development (2003 - )

Arrested Development (2003 - )

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

76%
73%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

88%

Series Info

A young man leads his oddball family and their real-estate-development business following a securities-fraud fiasco that put the father in jail. This is an arrestingly sophisticated and sardonic sitcom, with deliciously deadpan narration and stylish flashbacks, about mostly self-absorbed characters at odds with one another and the world at large.
Creator: Mitchell Hurwitz

Most Recent Episode

Aired Fri, Mar 15, 2019

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Seasons

56%
Critics Consensus: Arrested Development finds itself back in familiar form, recapturing much of the cast's chemistry and comedic brilliance -- though it still doesn't quite live up to its own past.

2018, Netflix, 16 episodes

27%
Critics Consensus: They've made a huge mistake.

2018, Netflix, 22 episodes

79%
Critics Consensus: Though this new incarnation of the hit series isn't quite as effective, Arrested Development's fourth season still delivers the dark humor and running gags we've come to expect.

2013, Netflix, 15 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: Arrested Development's solid third season plays out just like the first two: fast, funny, and with a felony charge.

2005, Netflix, 13 episodes

94%
Critics Consensus: Arrested Development's second season doubles down on the absurd antics and densely layered gags, cementing the Bluths as TV's best worst family.

2004, Netflix, 18 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: Arrested Development puts an ambitiously complex, brilliantly fast-paced spin on dysfunctional family comedy, anchored by the efforts of a tremendously talented ensemble.

2003, Netflix, 22 episodes

Cast

Jason Bateman
as Michael Bluth
Michael Cera
as George Michael Bluth
Jeffrey Tambor
as George Bluth Sr./Oscar Bluth
Henry Winkler
as Barry Zuckerkorn
Jessica Walter
as Lucille Bluth
Will Arnett
as George Oscar `Gob' Bluth II
Tony Hale
as Buster Bluth
Portia de Rossi
as Lindsay Funke
David Cross
as Tobias Funke
Alia Shawkat
as Mae `Maeby' Funke
Liza Minnelli
as Lucille Austero
Jeff Garlin
as Mort Meyers
James Lipton
as Warden Gentles
Scott Baio
as Bob Loblaw
Mo Collins
as Starla
David Reynolds
as White Power Bill
Amy Poehler
as Wife of Gob
Steve Ryan
as J. Walter
Jane Lynch
as Cindi Lightballoon
Christine Taylor
as Sally Sitwell
Jerry Minor
as Off. Carter
Jay Johnston
as Off. Taylor
Sam Pancake
as James Alan Spangler
Michael Blieden
as Agent Cummings
Becky Thyre
as Loretta
Alden Villaverde
as Little Justice
Maggie Rowe
as Juror No. 4
Ron Howard
as Narrator
Bob Odenkirk
as Dr. Gunty
Scott Atkinson
as Roger Danish
Ben Stiller
as Tony Wonder
Dave Osborne
as Larry the Surrogate
Tom Kiesche
as Umpire/Prison Guard
Martin Mull
as Gene Parmesan
Clint Howard
as Johnny Bark
Martin Short
as Uncle Jack
Michael Bartel
as Young Michael
Andy Richter
as Himself/Donnie/Rocky/Emmett
Carrie Preston
as Jan Eagleman
Don Perry
as Earle
Ken Kimmins
as Dr. Carr
Ethan Phillips
as Military Official
Zach Braff
as Phillip Litt
Casey Sandino
as Cortesio
Rob Corddry
as Moses Taylor
Rob Riggle
as Congressman John Van Heusen
Iqbal Theba
as Nazhgalia
Rob Huebel
as Dave Williams
Gary Kraus
as Reunion Dad
Don Took
as Cab Driver
Jason Aaron Tinero
as Young Buster
Harry Murphy
as Brian Snee
Marc Cherry
as Himself
Bud Cort
as Himself
Steve Witting
as Principal Conrad
Mia A. Nunez
as Guard's Daughter
Matt Price
as Agent Freeling
William Hung
as Himself
Nathalia Ramos
as Hope Loblaw
Ross Gottstein
as Optometrist
Teddy Lane Jr.
as Construction Worker
R.F. Daley
as Country Club Manager
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