Fans of the critically acclaimed series Arrested Development have had to endure months of teases and at least two false starts, but the good news is that all that lead-up has left little waiting time between now and the fourth season's debut.

Speaking to reporters at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour, Netflix content chief Ted Sarandos confirmed that the company plans to drop all 14 episodes of the new season simultaneously this coming May.

Earlier this month, it was rumored that Netflix had scheduled the show's premiere for May 4th, but reps immediately debunked the date.

Still, it seems the rumor-mongers weren't that far off, and neither are Bluth-heads from the first new episodes of Arrested Development in seven years.