Henry Winkler is returning back to ‘Arrested Development’September 4th, 2012 - 9:50 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
Los Angeles, Sept 4 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Its out in the open. Henry Winkler who is known as Barry Zuckerkorn in the tv series “‘Arrested Development” is coming back in Season 4.
Henry hinted he is coming back in his tweet saying “I AM SUPPOSED TO BE MEMORIZING an ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT scene with MAYBE for today …dont tell anyone i was here OK?????”
Henry joins Judy Greer who recently tweeted that she would be returning to the series in the upcoming season. She would be returning as Kitty Sanchez to take on the Bluth family. Judy had earlier tweeted a teaser for her fans by posting a photo of her dressing room from the Arrested Development.
Winkler’s tweet has caused discussions among the Arrested Development fans over what would the new season bring. Some web portals are speculating based on Henry’s tweet that it could be Maeby with legal issues in the new season.
The suspense would only come out in the open once the season is aired however the recent tweets by the cast has for sure picked up quite a storm among the Arrested Development fans.
The series which aired last in 2006 on Fox television for three seasons will be back on Netflix for season 4. It is expected to be aired around 2013 during the spring and is currently being filmed.
According to reports, the season 4 is going to be a bit longer than the previous seasons and would have 13 episodes instead of the usual 10.
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