Production will start early next year, he told the “Adam Carolla Show” Tuesday
There will definitely be more “Arrested Development,” and sooner rather than later, according to Brian Grazer.
The super-producer shared the news on Tuesday’s “Adam Carolla Show” podcast. Grazer said he spoke with Fox Studios on Monday, and everyone is on board. As a matter of fact, Grazer told Carolla that he broke the news to Mitch Hurwitz from the popular podcast’s greenroom.
“Netflix is determined to do more episodes, so we’re going to do more episodes,” he told Carolla. Production is slated to begin after Jan. 1.
Fans can expect new episodes “four months after that,” Grazer added.
The producer previously revealed that 17 episodes were in the works for the show that Netflix revived in 2013.
“Arrested Development” originally ran for three seasons on Fox from 2003-06.
Carolla tends to record his podcasts the evening before they post.