BY Scott Taylor, Mstarz reporter , Mstarz reporter | May 04, 2013 06:19 PM EDT
"Arrested Development's" highly anticipated fourth season will finally be released May 26 on Netflix with fans getting every single episode of season 4 at their fingertips. There have been plenty of news and rumors surrounding the show's fourth season, but the latest involves new photos, the first clip from the new season, and guest stars.
Entertainment Weekly revealed some new photos from season 4, which includes a shot of guest star Isla Fisher who reportedly will be in a romance with Michael Bluth this season. You can check out the photos here. In addition to Fisher, there is a long list of guest appearances from various celebrities.
So who will reportedly be showing up in season 4? I'm glad you asked. Here are some of the rumored stars: Busy Philipps, comedian Natasha Leggero, "The Office's" John Krasinksi and Chris Diamantopoulos, Kristen Wiig, Seth Rogen, Conan O'Brien, Andy Richter, "Parks and Recreation's" Ben Schwartz, the stars of Comedy Central's "Workaholics," "Mad Men's" John Slattery, Terry Crews, James Lipton, Carl Weathers, Martin Mull, Ben Stiller, Jeff Garlin, Liza Minnelli, Judy Greer, Henry Winkler and Scott Baio.
In addition to photos and posters of season 4 popping up everywhere, Netflix released the first video clip from season 4 on their YouTube page. You can watch the scene below. The clip features Lucille and Buster in the "No Smoking" segment. To get around the building's no smoking policy, Lucille blows her cigarette smoke into Buster's mouth, who then blows it out the balcony door. Yes, "Arrested Development" is back! Fans also get to hear Ron Howard again as the show's narrator. According to Screen Crush, the video was originally screened at the 2013 TCA press tour earlier this year.
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