I have a soft spot for cult-hit television shows that were cut down in the prime of their life. At its peak, "Arrested Development," a show centered on the lives of the highly dysfunctional and extremely hilarious Bluth family, was the winner of six Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe. Following its cancellation by Fox in 2006, after only three seasons, those loyal to the show practically demanded a revival. Earlier this year, Netflix announced that they would be granting everyone's wish by releasing a fourth season of the show sometime in 2013 to go along with the original three seasons that are already in their library. For people like me, who have been waiting for this revival for the better part of a decade, devouring the latest season on Netflix will be an embarrassingly huge life-event. If you're not already a fan, I invite you to get caught up with the original three seasons on Netflix and join us comedy nerds for the fanfare that will come with the release of all 10 new episodes at once.
- TYLER MCCARTHY