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Arrested Development: Henry Winkler Confirmed for Season 4

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When Arrested Developmentreturns for its fourth season in 2013, you can expect to see all of the original cast that helped make the show such a hit — and that includes Henry Winkler and his lovably incompetent character Barry Zuckerkorn, the Bluth family lawyer.

It was first revealed that Winkler would be returning for Arrested Development season 4 when a handful of images from the show were leaked out on the internet. Shortly afterwards, Winkler himself confirmed it in a post on Twitter, saying:

“I AM SUPPOSED TO BE MEMORIZING an ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT scene with MAYBE for today … don’t tell anyone I was here OK?????”

Speaking of lawyers, Scott Baio was also recently confirmed for the upcoming season of Arrested Development. On the show, Baio played the hilariously-named attorney Bob Loblaw.

Ron Howard, the show’s executive producer and the narrator, will also be making an appearance in a few episodes, as will Judy Greer, who played Kitty Sanchez on the show.

““I don’t think I’m giving away too much to say I’m going to wind up on camera in the new ‘Arrested Development’ episodes,” Ron revealed on Access Hollywood Live back in August. “I’m a little nervous. I have to shoot my first scene next week and I realized it’s been really a hell of a long time since I memorized any dialogue.”

Arrested Development season 4 still doesn’t have a firm air date, but it’s expected to air at some point in spring of next year and will be streamed exclusively on Netflix.

Are you glad that Arrested Development is making a comeback?

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2 Responses to “Arrested Development: Henry Winkler Confirmed for Season 4”

  1. Chris Hornick

    Definitely, and so glad it is streaming on Netflix, rather than airing on cable. I have a Netflix subscription and refuse to pay for cable or satellite any longer.