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  1. Netflix Orders Maria Bamford Comedy Series From Mitch Hurwitz

    8:30 am 6/19/2015

    Bamford will star in and executive produce the single-camera comedy.Read more

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  2. Will Arnett Guru Comedy Series Ordered at Netflix (Exclusive)

    11:00 am 1/19/2015

    Arnett also co-created and will co-write the comedy with 'The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret's' Mark Chappell.Read more

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  3. 'Arrested Development' Creator Recutting Season 4 in Chronological Order

    3:46 pm 11/1/2014

    Mitch Hurwitz admits that the show dealt with "internal" battles in its fourth seasonRead more

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  4. 'Arrested Development' Fans Can Design DVD Art

    10:30 am 9/4/2014

    Submit your best work through TumblrRead more

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  5. 'Arrested Development' and 'Modern Family' Producers Reveal a Major Job Stressor

    8:00 am 8/23/2014

    Young stars growing up can be tough Read more

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  6. 'Modern Family' and 'Arrested Development' Producers on Stress of Their Child Stars Growing Up

    12:34 pm 8/21/2014

    Mitch Hurwitz ('Arrested Development') and Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd ('Modern Family') dish on how they deal with their actors going through pubertyRead more

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  7. From 'All in the Family' to 'Breaking Bad': 24 Legendary Creators Gather to Share Secrets From 53 Years of TV

    10:00 am 8/21/2014

    Drama "It" boys (Vince Gilligan, Damon Lindelof) and comedy gods (Norman Lear, Carl Reiner) come together to trade notes and pose for an epic class pictureRead more

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  8. Netflix Signs Mitch Hurwitz to Multiyear Deal, Plots New Series

    5:32 pm 4/22/2014

    The streamer is reteaming with the "Arrested Development" creator, who will create and produce new originals.Read more

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  9. NYTVF: 'Arrested Development's' Mitch Hurwitz Wants a Bluth Movie and Season 5 at Netflix

    7:49 am 10/22/2013

    The creator of the comedy says he would "absolutely not" go back to working for a network, thanks to creativity-halting comments from Fox's Kevin Reilly.Read more

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