Netflix has released a new trailer for its highly anticipated season 4 of "Arrested Development."
Six years after the cult hit was canceled by FOX, Netflix renewed the series for another season, making it one of several new Netflix-exclusive television shows. The fourth season is 15 episodes, totaling 8.5 hours and will be available all at once, similar to how Netflix-exclusive show "House of Cards" was released.
Show creator Mitchell Hurwitz said that the fourth season will serve as the precursor to a future full-length Arrested Development film. He was slated to direct such a film in 2008, but it's unclear whether there are still plans for a movie.