“Arrested Development” is back, and so is the Bluth family’s attorney.
Henry Winkler will reprise his role as Barry Zuckerkorn on the fourth season of “Arrested Development,” which will appear on Netflix. Zuckerkorn, who usually does more harm than good for the family, was eventually replaced by Bob Loblaw (played by Scott Baio) on the series’ first run.
“I am supposed to be memorizing an ‘Arrested Development’ scene with Maeby for today… don’t tell anyone I was here OK?” Winkler posted on his Twitter Friday.
Netflix brought the series, which was created by Mitchell Hurwitz and starred Jason Bateman, back from the dead six years after Fox canceled it.
Winkler has recently appeared on “Childrens Hospital,” “Royal Pains” and “Up All Night.”
The comedy is expected to have at least 10 episodes when it premieres on Netflix this spring. “Mad Men’s” John Slattery will also apparently have a role during the upcoming season. A stir was also created recently when pictures from the first day of filming included Adam DeVine and Anders Holm from Comedy Central’s “Workaholics.”
Narrator Ron Howard recently revealed there will be new characters when the show returns, and they will look at what is new to discover about the original characters.