The Office will close its doors for good on May 16, but it won’t be long before John Krasinski pops up on a television comedy again: He is making a cameo appearance on the new season of Arrested Development.
“There’s never been a half-hour comedy with the level of complexity here,” says Troy Miller, who directed the episodes with Hurwitz.
“You think I can tell you? I can’t. We have such a spoiler alert and I actually signed something, so I can’t,” he told MTV News.
Mike here with a quick update on some new promotional posters that recently showed up on the Arrested Development Facebook page.
The Tobias and George Michael posters might be my two favorite, but they’re all pretty good for the most part.
For some reason the George Michael one won’t post, but you can just click the poster above to look through all of them and enjoy. May 26th should be a glorious day.
Stay true, y’all.
The Bluths grace Entertainment Weekly in three collector’s covers. One features the boys (GOB, George Michael, Michael, and Buster’s hook), another the Funkes, and finally the ‘atriarchs. Of course, all take place on the staircar.
David Cross has suggested that the Arrested Development cast had much more fun shooting the new season than in previous years.
“To be honest, while we were shooting this new season, I’d be reading the scripts like, ‘I have no idea how this is all going to mesh together,'” Hale said.
Netflix has announced that fifteen new episodes of Arrested Development will premiere at 12:01 a.m. PT on Sunday, May 26.