Netflix Inc. (NFLX), the largest subscription video-streaming service, is in talks for another season of “Arrested Development,” said Brian Grazer, co-chairman of the production company, Imagine Entertainment.
Binge viewing isn’t new, but what Mr. Gilleand did next is, signaling a new wrinkle in the increasingly interactive experience of watching television: he uploaded the episodes to his computer and re-edited the series, unpacking the show’s original nesting-doll narrative and presenting it in chronological order.
Ron Howard narrates people’s tweets on video.
A great look behind the scenes. It’s a relatively short video, but it’s a good one.
On a theme of the season:
“It’s metaphorically and actually about the death of the Postal Service.”
The new Arrested Development is not just a seven-hour movie. It’s something new—a collection of episodes released altogether that can be remixed and recombined and that gain something from each juxtaposition.
NPR updated their running gag browsing tool with Season 4 references. It’s 33% more awesome!