Bidding War Over ‘Arrested Development’?

October 5, 2011 by staff 

Bidding War Over 'Arrested Development'?Bidding War Over ‘Arrested Development’?, Arrested Development is back for an abbreviated season in front of a movie, and Hulu and Netflix is ??reportedly now in a bidding war for exclusive distribution of new episodes of the series.

New York magazine, which broke the news, says the competition is tough, because both sites are seen as an attractive outlet for reaching the base of the number of loyal followers.

Hulu has achieved 100 million impressions streaming clips Arrested Development episodes and footage from the website launched in 2008. Netflix, which lost a million subscribers in the last year but still online is a force to be reckoned, has already taken the step of original airing Kevin Spacey’s house of cards, and ache for another agreement high profile to boost its falling profits.

The new season of 10 episodes of Arrested Development will be co-produced by 20th Century Fox, but it looks like will end up in Fox or any of its sister stations, as the series has no chance to continue past this same season (sorry to dash your dreams). Showtime Cable Network and originally Netflix contact the creator Mitch Hurwitz of Arrested Development after plans for the new season and the movie were released, and Hulu quickly followed suit, according to New York.

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