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Will Arnett Says There Will Be More 'Arrested Development'

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For those of you who have been waiting with bated breath to see what will become of the Bluths, your wait may well be over: Will Arnett recently hinted to Digital Spy that another season of "Arrested Development" is inevitable.

"I know that there's been a lot of talk," Arnett told the site. "The truth is that we are actually just trying to figure out exactly how we're going to do it...There is a plan to do something - I don't want to say exactly what it's going to be yet, but we are actively talking about how it's going to come together in its next form...Needless to say, we are going to continue on in telling the story of the Bluths and it will be sooner rather than later."

The news comes on the distant heels of Netflix releasing a full season of the show back in June, with 15 episodes being released back to back.

And Arnett might well be the one to champion another season, since his most recent endeavors haven't quite gone so well. "Up All Night," in which he starred with Christina Applegate, was cancelled earlier this year, and "The Millers," his new show, premiered to lukewarm reviews.