Liza Minnelli to reprise her role as Lucille Austero in “Arrested Development”


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Lucille 2 is back and better than ever.

It’s official! TV Guide has confirmed that Liza Minnelli will be back on “Arrested Development” to reprise her role as Lucille Austero. When it comes to memorable cameos, Minnelli takes the cake as the sometimes girlfriend of Buster and then Gob Bluth and neighbor, friend and social rival of Lucille. Hopefully she’s found a cure for her vertigo in the time since “Arrested Development” season three wrapped.

Our guess is that Minnelli will be in the Buster-oriented episode of “Arrested Development’s” upcoming fourth season. We know that each of the show’s minimum 10 episodes will focus on a different character of the Bluth family, with the intention being that they’d eventually tie into an as-yet-unsold movie. Even though the episodes will focus on individual characters, series creator Mitch Hurwitz said we will likely see some crossovers throughout the new season.

“The episodes take the audience through the experiences of the characters since the family ‘fell apart’ and how they’re brought together to deal with their new problems,” he said during a recent interview with Vulture. “Each episode is about a character — but we’ll see them in each other’s shows.”

Though the release plan is still up in the air, we know that “Arrested Development” season four will debut on Netflix at some point in spring 2013. From what we’ve seen of the set so far, season four will be worth the wait.

“We all went back into this because of the devotion of the fans, and a desire to bring some fun to them — and to ourselves,” Hurwitz said. “It definitely did start out being somewhat daunting, but I think for all of us we just got back into the groove. Oh, and we have this new JarJar Bluth character so there’s no way anyone will be disappointed.”

Are you glad Minnelli has agreed to return to the show? Tell us in the comments section below or on Facebook and Twitter.

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Have you ever wondered what Ghostbusters would be like if it was a little more like Bosom Buddies? Check out our video that reimagines the Ivan Reitman comedy classic as a 1980s sitcom straight out of the Who’s the Boss? and Growing Pains playbook. Ghostbusters with a peppy ’80s theme song is guaranteed to make you feel good.

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Freddy Krueger first grabbed America’s attention with the Nightmare On Elm Street films – and later grabbed cash with a TV series, a Nintendo game, a 1-900 number, toys, dolls, a board game and a pinball machine. But despite the corny spin-offs, the Elm Street movies left psychic scars on a generation of horror fans. Before you catch IFC’s Nightmare on Elm Street movie marathon this Halloween, see how well you know the Freddy films.



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If you’re a fan of Todd Margaret star David Cross, then you know he isn’t afraid to stand up for the every day American’s rights. And in the latest sneak peek of  W/Bob and David, the Netflix series that reunites him with Bob Odenkirk, Cross plays a Constitutional rights enthusiast who does his part to document police abuse for his YouTube followers.

Key and Peele‘s Keegan-Michael Key plays a cop in the sketch based on the very real internut subculture of “Know Your Rights” videos.

For more David, be sure to catch the return of Todd Margaret on January 7th, 2016 at 10P. Todd is back and very, very different.

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Ever wonder if Jackie, Kelso, Fez, Donna, Hyde, and Eric ever made it out of Red‘s basement? According to James Franco, those dumbasses definitely did not.

In a new episode of AOL’s “Making a Scene with James Franco,” the actor peered into the future of the gang from That ’70s Show to see what they’d be up to if the show actually continued into their 70s. Turns out they’re still sitting around the basement, sharing a joint, and listening to some of the Steve Miller Band’s greatest hits.

In the sketch, aptly called “That 70s ’70s Show,” Franco plays both a stoned, elderly Kelso as well as a nostril-hair heavy Eric Forman. The only member of the crew who has made it out of the basement is Donna, who has sadly passed away into a higher plane of existence (yes, it’s possible for them to get higher) leaving Eric to mourn the loss of his one true love.

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