Netflix Orders More 'Arrested Development'; A&E's 'Storage Wars' Accusations
by, 12-13-2012 at 05:05 PM (4307 Views)
Netflix has ordered additional episodes of the new season of Arrested Development. According to Deadline.com, the shoot of the original 10-show order was so successful that it spawned more material than was actually needed for the shows as well as spurring on new ideas for the series.
A new number has not been set, but as many as five extra shows could be completed early next year when the performers are available again to work.
A&E's successful Storage Wars series is being accused of being a “fraud on the public” by one-time participant David Hester.
The bidder of storage lockers filled with supposedly unknown items is suing the network and the producers for wrongful termination, breach of contract, breach of good faith and fair dealing, unfair business practices and declaratory relief. Hester claims he was fired after complaining that the lockers were fixed and the were not the true unknown as portrayed on the show.