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First Official Image From Season 4 Of 'Arrested Development' Revealed

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist October 29, 2012 at 4:57PM

One of the biggest TV events of 2013 -- besides the final season of "Breaking Bad" -- will be the hugely anticipated return of "Arrested Development." Fans have been tracking the movement of the show ever since it was canceled by Fox. First, there was a lot of chatter about a potential movie, but coming first will be a ten episode (or so) season that will apparently precede a feature, serving as the "first act." Essentially, there is a lot more Bluth family on the way.
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One of the biggest TV events of 2013 -- besides the final season of "Breaking Bad" -- will be the hugely anticipated return of "Arrested Development." Fans have been tracking the movement of the show ever since it was canceled by Fox. First, there was a lot of chatter about a potential movie, but coming first will be a ten episode (or so) season that will apparently precede a feature, serving as the "first act." Essentially, there is a lot more Bluth family on the way.

And today brings with it the first official image, featuring Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman) with the newly added Conan O'Brien and returning Andy Richter. Of course, actual story and plotlines are firmly under wraps at the moment, but the new season will follow a loose structure with each episode focusing on a specific character (though of course, there will likely be plenty of crossover). Basically, almost every single person from the original three season run is popping up in some form or another, and needless to say, we can't wait.

But we'll have to be patient. "Arrested Development" is slated for an unspecified spring 2013 debut. [Team Coco]

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