'Arrested Development' Gets Political In New Trailer For Season 5

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Premiering on Netflix May 29, the new season of Arrested Development features the Bluth family way more together than they were in Season Four, and with a new, bad plan keeping them together: Lindsay Bluth is running for Congress, because she wants to be "part of the problem".

The show initially aired on FOX for three seasons from November 2003 to February 2006, and follows the wealthy but dysfunctional Bluth family.

Now, the story of a wealthy family who lost everything, only to be resurrected on Netflix for yet another hilarious season.

That look at the whole family also includes George and the man behind him, Jeffrey Tambor.

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Season 5 sees Lindsay (Portia De Rossi) running for Congress, Maeby (Alia Shawkat) wearing some insane wigs, and Buster (Tony Hale) sporting a robotic arm.

The recent remix of Arrested Development's fourth season isn't the only Bluth family news, as the first trailer for the show's fifth season dropped Monday, complete with a release date of May 29. We first see the Bluth clan reunited during the shooting of a campaign ad for Lindsay, who is running for Congress because, as she puts it, "I want to be part of the problem, Michael". Production for season five began in August of past year.

Series creator Mitch Hurwitz previously said the new season would focus on a murder mystery.

How much does it cost to get a Netflix subscription, Michael? $10? Unlike in Season 4, where most of the Bluths were paired off and separated from one another, this time the story will bring all of the Bluths together under one roof. As this Netflix (semi) original series returns, the Bluths are back together, and finally getting the award they think they deserve - for family of the year. The entire original cast is back for season 5, including Jeffrey Tambor, who was sacked from Amazon's Transparent amid sexual harassment allegations.