Arrested Development Netflix: ‘Arrested Development’ to be removed from Netflix entirely in March; Details here

On March 15, all episodes of “Arrested Development,” including the platform’s self-produced Seasons 4 and 5, will be taken off Netflix.

The Fox television series “Arrested Development” was cancelled in 2006 after its first three seasons. Netflix chose to resurrect the series in 2012 when it was still quite fresh to creating its own content. The fourth season debuted in 2013, while the fifth and final seasons debuted in two parts between 2018 and 2019. The show was co-produced with 20th Television and Imagine Entertainment.

The “Arrested Development” Netflix landing page already informs users that March 14 is the final day to watch the show, although this information still appears to be susceptible to change. When “Lilyhammer,” a Norwegian crime thriller that was hailed as the first-ever Netflix original, was about to leave the site last year, a last-minute extension of its licensing allowed it to remain on Netflix. Although it has already happened with other programs co-owned by outside studios, if the removal of “Arrested Development” is approved, it will be one of the rare instances Netflix has purged its own original property. Disney decided not to extend the license agreements for Marvel shows like “Daredevil” and “Jessica Jones” because Disney+ had just been released.

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When “Arrested Development” was brought back on Netflix, the company also acquired non-exclusive streaming rights to the show’s first three seasons. Those seasons may presently be seen on Hulu, another Disney-owned service like 20th Television.

Jason Bateman, Jeffrey Tambor, Michael Cera, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, Portia de Rossi, and Alia Shawkat were among the cast members of Mitchell Hurwitz’s “Arrested Development,” a comedy series. Along with Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, David Nevins, Jim Vallely, and Troy Miller, Hurwitz served as executive producer.


  1. Why was Arrested Development removed from Netflix’s lineup?
    Due to license limitations, not accessible on the Basic with the advertising plan.
  2. What is the best crime doc on Netflix?
    Our Father

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