Arrested Development Season 4: Jason Bateman Tweets Photos from the Set

It’s been a very long wait for Arrested Development fans.  The Fox sitcom went off the air in February 2006, but today the cast returned to work to film season 4.

Jason Bateman tweeted the first photos from the set (see below), including a behind-the-scenes shot of filming and two photos of Michael Cera on set. Appearing in the first photo are two of the stars of Workaholics, the Comedy Central show that has a fan in Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz.  Stars Adam DeVine and Anders Holm (along with costar Blake Anderson who is not in the photo) will be making a guest appearance in the first episode of the new season.

While the exact premiere date for season 4 is currently unknown, Netflix has promised that all ten episodes will air on the same day in 2013.  The new season will pick up a few years after the original series finale and will explain what the Bluth family has been up to in the interim.

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