Will Arnett's G.O.B. Bluth is one of the integral character's in the recently revived cult comedy series Arrested Development, and any further AD episodes would be truly lacking something is the half-witted eldest sibling of the Bluth clan didn't make a return to any further continuation of the series. Should the show be picked up for any further episodes by Netflix, as far as Will is concerned he'd be more the ready to slip into his magician's hat again and further commit himself to the show.

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Will would be open to even more Arrested Development

During a discussion for his upcoming CBS comedy The Millers, the comic actor discussed his new projects in detail, but couldn't escape the questions surrounding the newly returned Arrested Development. As quoted by AccessHollywood.com, Arnett discussed the show's fourth season, which was met with a mixed response when released earlier this summer, when he was quizzed about the possibility of more episodes. “It’s something that everybody’s open to,” Arnett teased, not willing to give too much away about the proposed fifth season - which is reported being discussed by Netflix bosses and AD creator Mitch Hurwitz.

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As for the overall reception of the much-anticipated fourth season, Will admitted that the season had many darker layers to it when compared to previous seasons, but conceded that the show needed to make the unexpected, darker turn to remain interesting and as original as it had done before. “I think that we had to go dark,” he said. “They had to do something that was kind of – you know audiences are so savvy now and you have to do something that’s different and make it interesting.”

Arnett's new show The Millers will premiere on CBS on September 26 at 8:30/7:30c. He will also be seen in the upcoming anitmation The Lego Movie as well as Michael Bay's attempt to relaunch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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