Netflix: Stay tuned for more 'Arrested Development'
updated 12:23 PM EDT, Wed August 6, 2014
Michael Cera has made us laugh in flicks like "Superbad," "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist" and "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" since his last shift at the frozen banana stand on "Arrested Development." The actor, who starred alongside his on-screen dad in 2007's "Juno," released a surprise, 18-track album called "True That" in August 2014. See what his fellow castmates been up to since the show ended in 2006.
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(CNN) -- Get ready for more "Arrested Development."
Ted Sarandos, the chief content officer of Netflix, told USA Today that he's "positive" about another season of the Emmy-winning sitcom.
It's "just a matter of when," he said.
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After three seasons on Fox in the mid-'00s -- including one in which it won the Emmy for best comedy series -- "Arrested's" fourth season premiered on Netflix on May 26, 2013. Since then, there's also been discussion of an "Arrested Development" movie, but nothing has come of it so far.
Sarandos said he agreed with criticism that the cast didn't appear together enough during the fourth season, and organizing cast members' schedules is key to the success of a fifth season.
He also told USA Today about other plans, including "Marco Polo," a series due later this year; a sitcom starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, "Grace and Frankie," coming in 2015; and the Wachowskis' show about telepaths, "Sense8."
Also due next year: new seasons of "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black."
Thanks largely to "Cards" and "Orange," Netflix is up for 31 Emmys this year.