Netflix propped up Bluth’s ladder car with news of this Development stopped He will not leave the broadcast service despite the previous announcement to the contrary. Instead, the broadcast asserted, “The Bluths aren’t going anywhere.”
According to Vulture, a last-minute deal to keep the comedy series on Netflix was reached between the streaming platform and Disney’s 20 TV division, which controls the underlying rights. What’s on Netflix reports that the five-season show will remain on the service through March 2026.
The new licensing agreement also states that Hulu will relinquish its existing access to the first three seasons later this year, putting Netflix in a position to become the exclusive streaming host for Development stopped. The long loophole for non-Netflix users to watch Mitchell Hurwitz will apparently close on October 1st.
Development stopped It premiered on Fox in 2003 and featured an all-star cast led by Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Portia de Rossi, Tony Hale, David Cross, Michael Cera, and Alia Shawkat. It aired for three seasons before being canceled in 2006. Netflix revived the show as a disjointed fourth season original series in 2013 and renewed it for a similarly disappointing season 5, which aired in two installments in 2018 and 2019.
Despite the show’s renewed booking on Netflix, its future seems quite vacant. The final season debuted amid a sexual assault scandal centered on Tambor, and in 2021, the series loses its sharp-tongued wife when Walter dies.
Bluths are not going anywhere!
Development on Netflix has been discontinued! There is only one way to celebrate: pic.twitter.com/NlrSoBYk8t
—Netflix (@netflix) March 24, 2023