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October 3, 2011

Never Nudes, rejoice!

Filed under: Public Relations Posts — Carlie @ 12:38 am

Never Nudes, Frozen Banana Lovers and Blue Men finally have reason again to celebrate! It was announced this past weekend, after years of hope and speculation from fans, that not only will an Arrested Development movie soon appear in theatres, but a limited run of the show will start in the near future as well.


Arrested Development aired on Fox for three seasons, from 2003 until 2006. During its run, it won many awards, including several Emmys, and earned a huge cult following. Sadly, its third season was cut short and it was cancelled after the 2005-2006 season. Since then, many rumours have talked of a movie, but until October 2, 2011, it was simply a faint hope for diehard fans.


I tried to find more information about Arrested Development and how it used public relations to increase its fan base, find guest stars and, now, promote its movie, but when I looked up “Arrested Development public relations” on Google, all I cold find was reviews and synopses of season one, episode eleven, “Public Relations”, where Michael hires a publicist that he has been flirting with at the gym to improve the family’s image. Hilarity, of course, ensues.


So until I can find more information about real publicists for the show and how they used public relations effectively, please enjoy the Bluth Family Chicken Dance.


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