FROM Mitchell Hurwitz
Mitchell Hurwitz Since Arrested Development was canceled by Fox in 2006, series creator Mitchell Hurwitz has been committed to figuring out a way to continue the story of the Bluth family one way or another. For years he worked on a movie -- or really, a trilogy -- then a web series. But it wasn't until Netflix came along that the stars aligned -- literally and figuratively. He talks with The Business producer Darby Maloney about the complicated logistics of resuscitating this cult series, the public's reactions, and if there's more Arrested Development in the future. Plus, he does it all naked. Or does he? Mitch Hurwitz in KCRW studio with 'The Business' producer, Darby Maloney
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