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It's Official: Fox Hates "Arrested Development"

arrested_justine.jpgIf you watched the last episode of "Arrested Development," you might have thought -- even if it was for a split second -- that Fox was considering saving our Bluths. Guess again, kids.

According to Zap2it, fans are really putting together a jigsaw puzzle of a season here. Correct me if I am wrong, but did the show ever air for two consecutive weeks this season? But it looks like we'll actually get the last four episodes -- all in one night, and all in February.

Sheesh. You'd think that would read February 2007 with the way they've been jerking everyone around. Rumors have been flying that the show will be picked up by another unnamed network, but first Fox has to officially cancel the show -- something the network seems to be hesitant to do, despite their otherwise bizarre programming behavior.

Set your DVRs, everyone. What could be the last four episodes of "Arrested Development" will air in a two-hour block on February 10 on Fox.

For more news and information about "Arrested Development," check out TV Fodder's Arrested Development news section. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on January 16, 2006 6:37 PM
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Can't understand the situation @ Fox. Arrested Development is, by far, the wittiest, smartest show on the air. Not that there is much competition.

-- Posted by: Debbi Pennebaker at January 24, 2006 1:02 PM

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