“Michael has been a little banged up over the last six years and he’s lost a little dignity and he’s trying to get his life back together,” Bateman said before last night’s Golden Globes.
“The show will look very different,” Hurwitz says, and is being assembled as a “very, very complex puzzle” from scenes shot out of sequence over many months.
Another interesting fact revealed in this article is that Michael Cera, who plays George Michael, is a writer on this new season.
Fox last weekend posted a message on its website, announcing May 4 as the show’s Season 4 premiere. However, the posting was quickly removed and Netflix told vulture.com the May 4 date is incorrect.