The fan community site is rolling out a new metric called the "WAM Meter" which aims to demonstrate how shows from broadcast TV to Netflix are connecting with audiences. read more
Beyond the Binge reflects on episodes from a full season perspective. It is not intended to be spoiler-heavy, but there will be some spoilers throughout. Previously: Double Crossers. As I’ve made clear throughout these quasi-recaps,Show More Summary
Erik Adams: As season four of Arrested Development progresses, one generation of Bluths is turning into the other, a point driven home by “Colony Collapse” and “Red Hairing.” For Michael, this is a gradual transition; for Lindsay, it’s...Show More Summary
The arrests and the release of Chinese gold miners was the topic of the very first China Open Mic Google hangout organised by China Open Mic Sunday, June 16, 2013. China Open Mic (@ChinaOpenMic) is an open space that aims to inform and transform thinking on China in global development in the digital age.
Paul Brownfield is an AwardsLine contributor. On May 26 at 12:01 a.m., 15 new episodes of Arrested Development went live on Netflix; by 5 a.m., the series’ legions of fans probably had exhausted the new supply. The comedy’s cancellation...Show More Summary
A new poster for "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" debuted online today, ahead of a brand new trailer, which will drop tomorrow. Also, watch Ron Howard read fan tweets as the "Arrested Development" narrator in today's Dailies! » Latino Review's El Mayimbe is making his feature film debut. Check out his indiegogo page to see perks [...]
We named comedian Maria Bamford’s Special Special Special one of 2012’s top ten stand-up events, so it was with sheer delight that we watched her play Tobias’s love interest and recovering meth addict DeBrie Bardeaux in the new season of Arrested Development. [Spoilers ahead!] Unlike her character on Louie — ... More »
2013 is turning out to be a pretty good year for people who were glued to their TV sets in the mid-aughts. First Arrested Development made its highly anticipated return on Netflix with a 15-episode fourth season, and now the long-promised Veronica Mars movie sequel has finally started shooting. To mark the first day of [...]
This past week, fans sent out tweets with the hashtag #ADNarrates in the hope of having them read by Mr. Howard himself, in the style of Arrested Development, of course. A bunch of lucky sons of guns actually got their tweets chosen,...Show More Summary
Ron Howard has narrated a bunch of fan tweets in the style of "Arrested Development." Thanks to a Netflix video, it's almost like a new episode.
When you watch "Arrested Development," the man's voice that you hear narrating the lives of the Bluth family is Ron Howard. [ more › ]
Admit it: As much as you love watching them scheme, plot, and chicken dance in Arrested Development, you wouldn’t really
Mitch Hurwitz, creator of Arrested Development, dropped in on … Read More
In entertainment, an awful lot of stuff happens behind closed doors, from canceling TV shows to organizing music-festival lineups. While the public sees the end product on TVs, movie screens, or radio dials, they don’t see what it took to get there. Show More Summary
Funny guys doin' some funny things with computers. They say they will make these games -- so long as they can get the licenses. Now, there's no way Lego is going to license a game that features the cast of...
Not really. But it could be, if we all agreed that it should be. From the would-be creators of the Breaking Bad Lego Game: via @katherinemiller
While most people were ready to commit to TV shows and loved them no matter what they did, I was breaking up with TV shows like a serial dater on JDate. Arrested Development was the one show that did not disappoint.
Looks like Netflix has another exciting deal. After rolling out their own original program and succeeding with House of Cards, Hemlock Grove, and Arrested Development, Netflix has taken another step in the right direction as an independent streaming service. Show More Summary
In May, comedy fans finally got their new season of "Arrested Development" on Netflix. But why stop there?We've been waiting for a Flight of the Conchords tour for years, and even longer for a legitimate Dave Chappelle stand-up tour....Show More Summary
On May 26 alone, there were more than 2.3 million TV-related tweets. That included over 600,000 for that night's NBA game, 230,000+ for The Bachelorette and nearly 58,000 for Arrested Development. And that's just the tip of the social TV iceberg.