Arrested Development season 5, part 2 trailer drops


On the heels of the announcement of a premiere date and release of first-look photos of the upcoming second half of Arrested Development’s fifth season, Netflix has dropped a trailer for the new episodes.

Arrested Development season 5, part 2, will premiere on March 15 and will contain eight episodes that continue the story started by the eight episodes from the first half of the season, which premiered in May 2018.

Buster (Tony Hale) continues to be the lead suspect in the murder of Lucille 2 (Liza Minnelli) and must now face the music at trial.

Meanwhile, the family company is on the hook to build a “smart” border wall that could reveal George Michael’s (Michael Cera) software hoax.

Also, for some reason, Tobias (David Cross) becomes a Golden Girl. Despite Michael’s (Jason Bateman) ongoing confidence that he’s the one who can get his family out of the worst situations, even he might not be able to help them this time.

Based on the trailer, fans can expect all sorts of shenanigans in the ongoing saga of the Bluths, including Gob’s (Will Arnett) magic, Buster’s ongoing struggles with his prosthetic hand, returning guest stars, and even a joke at the expense of Netflix.

Check out the trailer below:

In addition to Bateman, Arnett, Hale, Cross, and Cera,  Jeffrey Tambor, Alia Shawkat, Jessica Walter, and Portia de Rossi will also star.

Arrested Development started in 2003 on Fox and ran there for three seasons. While the show earned a cult following, it never gained the ratings it needed to survive to the disappointment of its die-hard fans. Netflix swooped in and revived the show in 2013.

However, after a fourth season that didn’t live up to fan expectations and negative publicity during the run-up to the first half of season five, Arrested Development doesn’t have the cultural luster it once did.

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Nonetheless, for fans, the trailer offers reassurance that the Bluths haven’t changed all that much.

Are you looking forward to watching the second half of Arrested Development‘s fifth season when it premieres on Netflix on March 15? Have your say in the comments.

(Source: Deadline)