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October 3, 2011
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In this undated publicity photo, Jeffrey Tambor, left, and Jason Bateman appear in a scene from Fox’s “Arrested Development”. At an “Arrested Development” reunion Sunday at the New Yorker Festival, the creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

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In this undated publicity photo, Will Arnett and Jason Bateman appear in a scene from “Arrested Development”. At an “Arrested Development” reunion Sunday at the New Yorker Festival, the creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

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This photo, supplied by Fox Broadcasting, shows Michael, right, played by Jason Bateman meeting Nellie Bluth, played by his sister and guest star Justine Bateman, in the episode of “Arrested Development”. At an “Arrested Development” reunion Sunday at the New Yorker Festival, the creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

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Portia de Rossi as Lindsay appears in this scene from Fox’s “Arrested Development,” in this undated publicity photo. At an “Arrested Development” reunion Sunday at the New Yorker Festival, the creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

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In this undated publicity photo released by Fox TV, Portia de Rossi and Will Arnett interact in a scene from the network comedy series “Arrested Development”. At an “Arrested Development” reunion Sunday at the New Yorker Festival, the creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

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In this undated publicity photo originally released by Fox, Jason Bateman, center, and Michael Cera, right, are shown in a scene from the TV series “Arrested Development.” On Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011, The creators and cast of “Arrested Development” at the New Yorker Festival announced plans for another season of the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

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In this 2004 photo released by Fox TV, Jason Bateman, right, as Michael, finds Tobias, played by David Cross, rehearsing for his Blue Man Group audition from the second-season premier of the Fox series “Arrested Development.” At an “Arrested Development” reunion Sunday at the New Yorker Festival, the creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

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In this Sept.17, 2005 file photo, the cast of “Arrested Development” poses for a photo. At an “Arrested Development” reunion Sunday at the New Yorker Festival, the creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.

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In this Sept.17, 2005 file photo, the cast of “Arrested Development” poses for a photo. At an “Arrested Development” reunion Sunday at the New Yorker Festival, the creators and cast announced plans for a new TV show that spins off the short-lived but critically acclaimed TV show, which went off the air in 2006 after just three seasons. They also discussed more concrete plans for a much-awaited movie.