Arrested development is created by Mitchell Hurwitz. It is an American television sitcom that aired on Fox for the first three seasons and then was renewed for another two seasons on Netflix. The show is about The bluths who are a formerly wealthy family.
Arrested development got a great fan following as the series bagged six Primetime Emmy awards and a golden globe award. But still, the series had low ratings and total views which ultimately led to the series getting canceled in 2006 after the third season long before Netflix agreed to launch it again in 2011 for another two seasons on their streaming platform.
A number of publications like Entertainment Weekly and IGN named this series one of the best of all time which in itself is a big accomplishment.
Arrested Development Plot
Michael Bluth, a family man, is the main character of the tale. After his father George is imprisoned for money laundering, Michael fights to prevent the collapse of his family and his business. After being wealthy, the family struggles to adjust to living in rags.
Michael, on the other hand, assists his mother in maintaining her impressions, attempts to repair the failing marriage of his sister Lindsay and brother-in-law Tobias, helps his son George Michael and niece Maeby navigate adolescence, and helps his brothers Buster and Gob adjust to working life. Consequently, he has a full life ahead of him.
Michael Bluth, a widower with a 13-year-old son named George-Michael, is forced to keep his large and dysfunctional family together after his father is arrested for questionable accounting practices at the family-owned conglomerate and the Bluth family assets are frozen, making each member of the eccentric family panic. That’s according to the official synopsis for the show on IMDb.
Arrested Development Ending Explained
The six years between Arrested Development Season 4 and Part 2 of Season 5 saw a lot happen in the world, but Lucille 2’s fate was one that weighed heavily on the minds of AD viewers. Fourth-season premiere of the show hinted that Michael and Lucille II engaged in some questionable behavior on Cinco de Quatro.
Up until the closing seconds of Arrested Development Season 5 Part 2—and what might be the final seconds of the whole Arrested Development series—that disappearance remained unresolved.
The series concludes a number of its storylines during the event that is meant to celebrate George Michael’s Fakeblock and serve as the official groundbreaking for construction on the Bluth family border wall. Tobias reports that his son and girlfriend have left without him.
Fakeblock is sold to a Chinese company, relieving the Bluth family of its financial ties to the flawed startup; Gob pulls a prank to prove Tony Wonder is still alive and to convince the audience that they are both straight, and Tobias says his son and girlfriend have left without him.
However, Lucille II, who was employed as a mannequin in Gob’s magic performance, is the only one who has passed away. Her body is discovered. How did Lucille 2’s body wind up being covered in cement as part of Gob’s act? Buster probably placed it there in an effort to obliterate any signs of Lucille’s passing. He reveals that he killed Lucille II when it becomes clear that he is attempting to conceal her body.
Where To Watch Arrested Development?
You can watch Arrested Development on Disney+
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