Netflix announced today they made a multi-year deal with Warner Bros. Television Group and Turner Broadcasting. Netflix users in the U.S. can stream a new selection of shows from Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, including Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force and the Green Lantern.
If that's not enough exciting news for you this Monday afternoon, Arrested Development will be making its big return in May with 14 new episodes. All 14 episodes will be available for you to watch simultaneously.
According to RollingStone, creator of Arrested Development, Mitchell Hurwitz, says, "We're not jumping from one thing to another, you're staying with one character." Hurwitz also says the new season was designed in a way so at some point they could potentially film an Arrested Development movie.