January 31st, 2012
02:06 PM ET
The idea of new "Arrested Development" episodes may have felt a little too good to be true, but producer Dean Lorey has helpfully provided those anxiously awaiting the show's return with an update.
On his blog, he assures fans that the project is in full swing - with creator Mitch Hurwitz and writer Jim Vallely joining him at the writers table to crank out a new season.
In November of last year, Netflix announced that the new episodes of "Arrested Development" would be available for U.S. Netflix subscribers to stream instantly at some point in 2013.
Better yet, "the original cast is back," Lorey revealed. "There are offices and parking spaces. We're shooting this year."
Although he couldn't give more details (including the show's shooting schedule), Lorey reassures that "it's happening, and it's great to be back with my pals from the show."
Hopefully the often-talked about potential movie isn't too far behind.
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