The resurrected comedy gives a wink and a nod to its past with a slew of portraits and teasing, self-referential images -- including Buster's hook, Tobias' jorts and Lucille's meds.
Netflix uncrates all 15 episodes of the returning comedy on May 26, with the first two episodes focusing on Jason Bateman's Michael.
A ten-year absence from the screen does not find Gob (Will Arnett) far removed from his beloved illusions.
Lucille Bluth (Jessica Walter) was last seen fleeing the Securities and Exchange Commission on the hijacked Queen Mary.
Michael (Jason Bateman) is the only character appearing in all 15 episodes of the latest Arrested Development incarnation.
One thing David Cross has confirmed about the return of Tobias is the inclusion of his signature denim cutoffs.
Revealed to be a non-Bluth in the Fox series finale, Lindsay (Portia de Rossi) unsuccessfully proposed marriage to brother Michael.
The fate of the youngest Bluth son, Buster (Tony Hale), was left up in the air in the last episode when he was tossed overboard and confronted by the same seal that took his hand.
Learning that he was't actually cousins with awkward love interest Maeby in the Fox finale, George-Michael (Michael Cera) is technically free to date whomever he likes.
Maeby (Alia Shawkat) was last scene pitching Ron Howard an idea to make the story of the Bluths into a TV series.
The whereabouts of George Sr. (Jeffrey Tambor) were once again unknown when the last episode revealed twin brother Oscar had once again been tricked into posing as the patriarch.
The seven-year wait for more Arrested Development comes to an end on May 26, when Netflix releases all 15 episodes of the series' latest season.
The family's frozen banana stand is presumably still in the Bluth Company holdings.
The reluctant CEO and president of the Bluth Company, Michael (Jason Bateman) was last seen liberating himself from the family business.
Fans worried that Buster (Tony Hale) might have found a prosthetic limb in the long lapse since the show was last on the air, take this as a good sign.
As David Cross has confirmed, the return of Tobias Fünke also includes the return of his cut-off denim shorts.
If there's anything Lucille Bluth (Jessica Walter) loves more than prescription drugs and booze, it's mistreating housekeepers and her youngest son.
Call Me Maeby
At just 15, Maeby (Alia Shawkat) put in time as a studio executive -- she lost her job when George Michael (Michael Cera) sent her coworkers invitations to her sweet 16.
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