Recut Arrested Development season 4 hits Netflix

The original 15 episodes were transformed into 22 for this new version that makes the fourth season more like the first three.

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Justin Bateman talks with Ron Howard

Ron Howard: The man who links Star Wars to Arrested Development. 

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When Netflix revived Arrested Development in 2013, it was met with mixed reviews. The fourth season consisted of 15 episodes that each focused on a different character. Shortly after its release, an unauthorized re-edited version made its way online. Well, fast-forward five years and Netflix has made its own remixed version. Now, there are 22 episodes that feature multiple characters and tell a story in chronological order.

Since you're reading this, let's give you some extra information not found in the podcast: In a few weeks, Solo: A Star Wars Story is coming. If you want to stream a Star War, you can catch Star Wars: The Clone Wars (both the TV series and film) and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on Netflix right now. As an added bonus, check out The Toys That Made Us episode 1 on Netflix as well. The documentary series tells the story of how toy lines came to be. Episode 1 focuses on Star Wars. 

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