Arrested Development: Netflix to pull down all the seasons from its platform in March

Netflix to remove one of its early original Arrested Development from the streaming platform.

If you are thinking about binge watching Arrested Development on Netflix, you might want to do it quickly. All five seasons of the American series is leaving the streaming platform on March 15, 2023. It was confirmed by the official authorities that the Jason Bateman starrer series will be available to watch only till March 14 and the sources have confirmed the news.

The series, from 20th Television and Imagine Television, was one of the Netflix’s first original comedies. After airing the first three seasons of the show on Fox, the series was brought back to life in 2013 with a new season. Later, a fifth season was added to the catalogue that was released in two parts in 2018 and 2019.

The first three seasons of Arrested Development which had been aired on Fox are available for streaming on Hulu. But the later two seasons – forth and fifth – are available exclusively on Netflix.

The series, created by Mitch Hurwitz, follows wealthy dysfunctional family the Bluths. The series ended with its season 5 and it seems that was a proper ending as the final season gave answers to all the loose ends of the series. It was also revealed that Tony Hale’s Buster Bluth was actually responsible for the murder of Lucille Austero, played by Liza Minnelli.

The star cast for the series, apart from Bateman and Hale, included Portia De Rossi, Will Arnett, David Cross, Jeffrey Tambor, Alia Shawkat and Jessica Walter.